What is she trying to do (follow-up)Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I haven't really confronted her about our situation yet because it's like we never really get a real conversation going. I kind of don't want to bring it up from the blue and stuff. However, I did confront her about her negative attitude towards me and she says that she's always given me an attitude, which is COMPLETE BS.
Now she's like talking to other guys and kind of focusing on one guy, which me and him are kind of tight but not like best friend tight. I can't help but to get jealous and just go to another class to chill with my friends and stuff.
But I remember there was a day when I just avoided her for the whole day, like I went to my friend's class for 2 periods and then left school early. At home, she IMs me and asks if I was mad or something because I didn't say hi. I mean like if you're going to treat me like an ex (even though I am I thought we were supposed to be friends), then why would you even care if I said hi or not -_-.
I still like her and stuff which is why I'm so forgiving towards her. And because of her, I'm having like an insane amount of emotional stress. So much that there were 2 days where I couldn't sleep at all.
What should I do now? All of my friends are saying get over her but it not as easy as it sounds you know
IM her and see if you can make progress with her.
Tell her you want to be friends and that you still care for her. This will probably make a difference with her and she will probably answer you nicely.
Communications is the key and right now IM seems to be what you have so take advantage of it. With time you two may feel comfortable talking alone face to face.
She obviously pays attention to how you are acting and that means she cares for you somewhat.
Good luck! George
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