I snubbed her at the dance

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i like or think i like this girl but she chose someone else over me but at the valentines dance she asked me to dance. i just looked at her and said no thats alright. she just looked at me and i walked off. i dont now if shes going out why shes going out with him. i think shes going out with him to get back at me because she asked me out earlier but i was going out with someone else.

should i accept the fact that she didnt choose me or should i try to win her. Please help.

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Yikes, you REFUSED TO DANCE with her? Why?? That's one of the most evil things you can do to a person. Here she went out of her way to come up to you and ask you to dance, and you stalked off. Why would you deliberately hurt someone that you care about, and make a public fool out of her??

People don't go out with people to 'get back at' others. Or in the very rare cases that they do, that's pretty slimy because you're now both trying to hurt your ex AND you're actively using the person you're dating. So I really hope that's not the case with her ...

It sounds like you guys need to take a hard look at what you're doing in your lives. Relationships are about actively caring for the other person, trying to make them happy, and talking with each other to work on that happiness. They do NOT involve publicly snubbing a person, or using people in revenge schemes.

-- from Jenn
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