He won't talk to me anymoreVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
A have this friend who is my crush! When he found out that I had a crush on him, he asked me to be his girlfriend. But we broke up after a day. he seemed cool with it. After that, he won't talk to me anymore. He won't even greet me in the morning as he usualy does. I saw him with another girl that he's courting, but that couldn't be the reason why he's staying away because when we were still friends, he would court other girls but still he would talk to me. He seemed a little uninterested after we broke up. I still want us to be friends but I think he's avoiding me and I don't even know the reason why! How could I start a conversation with him? I miss him but I don't think that he missed me at all. I'm afraid to loose him as a friend. What could be the reason why he's avoiding me? Can we ever become friends again? Why does he seem uninterested with me after we broke up? Please help me.
Sometimes a breakup also ruins the friendship you had.
This seems to be the case here. He is avoiding you because of guilty feelings he has about breaking up with you.
Try to become his friend again. Take it step by step starting at the beginning. When you see him look him in the eyes, say "Hi" plus his name, and give him a big smile. If he doesn't answer at first keep trying and then when he does answer start talking to him more until you are friends again.
Hope this helps! George
-- from George
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