I went angus at herVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Hi, George, its me again.This time i got a much longer story, hope you can help!
Well, there's this girl i mentioned last time, I like her and i told her how i feel. Last week before I went to holiday, i told her i like her and i'll ask her out when i come back,then she said we'll talk about it when i get back.
Then the day before I came back, I couldn't wait, so I txted her and ask her out, she said probably friday, then I said i'll call her when I get back, she said probably tuesday morning.On the day after that, I went home, go online, hoping that she would be there, then in 1 of the e-mail I got, it said she wrote something on her website and I read what she wrote. She said she wants to be with someone else(K*) forever, I went angus at her but i didn't have a chance to tell her why i was so angry...then we haven't talked for two days because I didn't contact her in any ways.
Then on tuesday, I went online and she was there, she said she's still angry that I went angus on her and she said she doesn't like anyone else, then I asked, 'ok, who's K* then?'
Then she's shocked and asked me how come I know about K*, I told her and I thought she's a bit unfaithful...then I decided to pretend nothing happened. On that night, she was sad because one of her mates died in a car accident, and I was being mean to her, then she got K* to talk, a three way conversation...
After that convo, I felt a bit betrayed...On the next day, she apologised and ask me to be friends again...then today, she told me that K* like her, but she doesn't like him as much as K* does...But she started to like K*, then I decided to help them, I dunno why...
Am I doing the right thing by helping them?
Should I keep the feelings to myself?
Is it me or is she a bit b*itchy?
Should I move on?
My advice is to move on.
Why spend your time trying to help them... it would probably only make things worse. Keep you feelings to yourself... once again it might make things worse. She sounds stressed out probably by the death of her friend so don't blame her for that.
Yes, you should move on. If she wants to come back to you someday then that is her right.
Good luck! George
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