Flirting turns out for worseVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Well it all started when this girl moved to the town where I live and in the same building too.We started to be friends 9 months later which is now, we are like best friends we know alot of stuff about eachother.Before I met her I was already bisexual but I havent told her yet and so now I feel something strong for her I think its love.We play around like we say "I love you" to eachother and flirt just playing around but the truth is Im serious.Sometimes I feel like telling her how I feel but I dont because she's always saying that being lesbian is wrong and nasty and that she'll never be that way.Also she gets all freaked out when I've tried to hug her I havent even touched her and she only does this with me.And shes like everyday at my house.Another thing is that shes always talking about the guys she used to hang around where she used to live and that she went out with everyone and shes gone out with a guy in our school which she still likes and also another guy that likes her too.She always flirting with him and everything that makes me so jealouse! So I decided to go out with this guy who likes me to see if that made her jealous (shes always following me with him and plays alot with him)and I guessed that didnt worked so please help me I dont know what to do if shes not like that then why does she bring my hopes up high?
You are misreading her signals. She is interested in boys not in you. The flirting and saying "I love you" is not a sign of physical interest, it is just a best girl friend kind of thing. She has given you plenty of clues that she would not be interested.
My advice is to back off and keep it at a just girl friends relationship.
-- from George
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