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Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I have this friend who I asked out about six months ago. She said no but we agreed to remain friends. We even went to a baseball game together a couple weeks after she rejected me. I havent spoken to her for about 3 months because we go to different schools so I called her to hang out just recently. Ive imed her 4 times in the last week and each time she failed to respond. I have not done anything to deserve this and it makes me feel really sh*tty when she ignores me like this. In fact the whole time weve known each other ive always been the one calling her to hang out and making plans. Ive been the one iming her and trying to make conversation while she sounds disinterested. Should I break off communication with her? (Our schools will be an hour apart next year) Should I talk to her about it? She makes me feel bad when she does this please help.

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There probably is no future in this relationship.

Next year you will be an hour apart.

Why not spend your time looking for a girl nearer to you?

Good luck! George

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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