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Her friend



Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
In my last question i failed to mention about her best friend. A year ago when i first thought i was falling in love with my ex i told her best friend. I pretty much used her to get to my ex. I acted like her friend and then dropped all contact when my ex and i started dating. Looking back i know this was wrong and a huge mistake on my part. I quickly apologized to her after the break up and she forgave me. I mentioned something about my ex to her the other day and she freaked out. She said she was tired of dealing with me and that i needed to move on. I respected her and did. I still find it very hard to believe that after a year of her and i being inseperable that she could drop all feelings for me. Now i can see her not being attracted to me but at least being good friends. We were great friends before we went out. Pretty much what im asking is do you think this is a form of revenge. Everything she has told me has not directly come from my exs mouth. All im asking is do you think there could still be some sort of feelings there and maybe one day we could ease back in to a friendship. I love this inside and out she is beautiful. Deep down i think i can get another chance if she will be my friend once again. And also do you think the reason she is avoiding me is because she is scared to fall for me again i just thought i would ask thats what several people thought. Thanks in advance and sorry for the length i just really really love her.




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This is a real puzzle.

She is being very unclear about her motives and making it difficult for you to figure out where she is coming from.

As you suggest, becoming her friend again is a good approach. I don't think it is a form of revenge and I don't think she is scared to fall for you. You are the best judge of how to become her friend again.

Good luck! George

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