Is there still an ounce of a chance or should I just give up!Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
PLEASE HELP ME!!! I really can't stop thinking about her!!!! It all started in Jr. High, back when we first knew each other, in the morning, and I was talking to one of my friends when all of a sudden, one of her friends comes up to me and asks me if i like her! And by the way at that time I really didn't know that she was interested in me at all. And another thing, around my school, I was usually know as the 'shy guy' in school and I was very nervous but I didn't think that I would mess up as badly as I did but I said 'no' not meaning it at all. Seeing that i probably hurt her, I went up to her to ask for forgiveness and she walk away as soon as I got to her. Its been 3 years and believe me, I know that it's a long time, and she still treats me with the same additude. But don't think that I just gave up during those three years. I had tried apologyzing in public and in private, pouring out my heart and undieing and unconditional love to her but still no response. I know that I should have given up a long time ago but there noone else out there for me. I'm 17 years of age and has been love sprung over a girl for 3 years. Now, I understand that when a girl is mad at a guy, she would get really mad and actually express it.... OUT LOUD!!!! But she really doesn't and it leaves me confused. she either hates my freaking guts or there's something there that I am really missing. Please, tell me what to do!!!!
She is not mad at you except that you may be bothering her too much.
You've had your chance with her... it's time to move on. She appears to have little interest in you.
Sorry you are in this situation.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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