I'm not jealous of Mr.M and Mrs.R but i do think i like him more than a friendVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
This is kind of complicated, so i appologsie...
I have a mostly guy friends and i hang out with them all the time, particularly a certain group. I was great friends with Mr.B but then he fell in love with me (and i don't believe in love) so i turned him down before he went on holiday. While he was on holiday i had sex with Mr.M (a good friend of his and a friend of mine). I have never been the emotionally attached girl and neither has Mr.M, so it was a relaxed 'thing' between us that happened a few times in the space of a week. Mr.B then returned from holiday and Mr.M and myself hadn't had the chance to continue anything (even if we wanted to), especially as Mr.B found out...
Recently Mr.M is having a 'thing' with Mrs.R (who goes to his college). He is more physical with her in public than ever was with me but i often catch his gaze and we stare into eachothers eyes for about 3/4 seconds at a time, quit often.. He got drunk last night and held my hand softly, just holding the tips of my fingers for a moment then walked away to Mrs.R. Does he like me? Is he just choosing her for convenience (same college)? or cause he knows im not a relationship girl? even though i have been feeling more for him than i ever thought i could for anyone... I'm not jealous of Mr.M and Mrs.R but i do think i like him more than a friend.
Mr M must like you some. His relationship with Mrs. R may be temporary. If you care enough for Mr M you might want to indicate it to him somehow.
Mr B is really out of the picture and you are only concerned about saving his feelings. This is kind of you but not necessary on a long term basis.
My best wishes are with you. George
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