does he still like me??????Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I loved a guy who is my friend's cousine. I knew him from past 4 yrs. I often went to his house with my friend. We spoke to each other but always in a criticising manner. One day he spoke something which hurt me and I left his house and came off. I was crying while returning n my friend told me that he really loved me n it was he who asked her to bring me to his house n introduce him to me. Everything was normal for few days. All his family members incuding his parents knew about it. I also found a greeting saying 'With hot hugs n sweet kisses' n my name written at the bottom. A few days later he completed his engineering and got a job in Chennai as software engineer. His mom is not a proper lady(psycho). At that time he had some quarrels about this issue with his parents n he left to chennai. I called up to him later but he spoke ignorantly n asked me not to call up. When my friend asked him what was wrong he told her not to speak anything about it. Recently other cousine living with him in chennai found some cards n letters on my name. I dont understand whats going on in his mind but I can only say that I am MAD of him. If he avoids me coz of his mom, I can adjust with her for him. Plz tell me what to do?
You said you are "MAD of him."
There are two English expressions that come to mind and I don't know which one you mean. Do you mean you are "MAD at him" (meaning you are angry at him) or are you "MAD for him" (meaning you love him intensely.)
I am not trying to criticize your English but simply to understand.
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