it's driving me mad as I can't seem to get over him

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
I have been really good friends with a guy for about a year now. He sits next to me at work. We talk about anything and everything. Over the past 8 months or so we have flirted unashamedly to the point were others ask if there is something going on. He is a notorious flirt with any girl but somehow it feels different with me. All attention seemed to be coming form him initially but over the past couple of months I have fallen for him and I made a move and told him how I felt. He didn't talk to me at first but then told me he couldn't handle the confrontation and said that he knoew me too long!!! We cleared the air so that we could get back to normal but we continue to flirt, text and e-mail and it's driving me mad as I can't seem to get over him and I do genuinely think he is attracyed to me. Please give me some advice before I go insane!!!!!! Advice
Well, unfortunately he's already said he's not interested in you as more than a flirt-buddy. So you're kinda stuck with things the way they are. If you can handle that, then great you have a wonderful guy to pal around with. But if it's too much, then you'll have to back off of this and develop a relationship with someone new so you can get over this guy. It'll be tough, but it'll be the right thing to do.

There's no way to force someone to fall in love with you, but hanging out and flirting with someone is always really fun to do. Enjoy it while you can.

Good luck!


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