Well I found out that she is "talking" to another guy (a freshmen)

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Ok, there's this girl. I pretty much spilled my guts to her and I wondered for the longest time why she would never get close to me. Than one day I asked her and she told me she was still getting over some dude at a previous school (she's a new girl) and that's why she couldn't get to close to me. I continued to flirt with her and make sure once she got over that one dude I'd be right there waiting for her. Well I found out that she is "talking" to another guy (a freshmen; how embarassing for her to choose a freshmen over an upperclassmen) at my school. I felt like yelling obsenities and slugging the guy she is "talking" to whenever I became aware of this. This is really tough because I have developed some pretty strong feelings for this girl. Why would she do this to me? I spill my guts to her and tell her how I feel and this is what I get? I don't understand. I can't believe it.

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Maybe she finds a freshman less threatening than you are.

Maybe you came across too strong for her and she doesn't like it. Try being gentle and tender with her. Give her little presents and pay her nice compliments. Girls like to have good communications, trust, honesty, and respect. Don't we all? So work very hard on geing more gentle and respectful of her and I'll guess that she will come your way.

Best of luck,

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