I bet that’s not true! I’m really sorry you feel that way though, I think everyone feels like that sometimes. Ya know? I can admit I’ve definitely thought that before, that I’m the “ugly” one out of the group. But it took me a while to realize that’s not true. They may have talked to your friends more because you didn’t come off as outgoing as they did, or maybe you sent off an annoyed or “don’t talk to me” vibe to them. Whatever it was, it’s not your fault. If this happens often, try to be more outgoing. Or see if you come off in a certain way, like your friends, see if guys will talk to you in another situation. I’m sure it was just a sucky situation though, remember it happens to all of us. Xo
Sounds like you got more than you wanted from this guy.. Well if I were you I would just see where things go, try not to respond to him as much as he gets a hold of you otherwise you’ll live him the wrong message. If your still interested in the guy I would wait till your date on Saturday with him. The best thing you can probably do is confront him about being so sudden and that you want to go slow since you just met him. Hops this works! xo
Aw I’m sorry :( That sucks when a guy sends signals like he’s really interested and then suddenly doesn’t seem like it anymore. You should keep talking to see him and see where things go, if he gets more lively or if he still gives you one word responses.. He may have been busy though, I wouldn’t over think it. If he continues to be like this, you can either see him Saturday or ask if he’s not interested to see a movie anymore because of his one word responses. Hope things go well! xo
Don’t say that someone is better than you, no one can ever be better or worse than someone else. You are YOU and someone is going to love you for who YOU are, you just have to wait and see. You’ll see. Just because someone you like doesnt like you, doesn’t mean you aren’t good enough. You just aren’t for each other. Heck! You probably will date people who you think are right for you but for one reason or another, it just won’t work out. But wait and see, you’re gonna find that person one day, just wait :)
Why do you feel that you are not good enough for him? I don’t think someone is ever not good enough for someone else, it’s just chemistry. It’s either there or it’s not. It’s not about human worth.
Honestly, I don’t think a few years difference is a big deal. If your in high school then yeah, people who date younger or even older people do sometimes get crap for it and people don’t think it’s really “acceptable” but once your older it really doesn’t matter that much. Love is love.
So I think you should continue with your feelings for this guy, I mean who knows where it will lead to. It’s not like you guys are getting married or anything. You just have feelings for him and that is okay. People around you will either accept it or be against it, but screw what they say. If he treats you right and makes you happy then that’s all that matters. <3
I’m really sorry to hear that your going through this.. I understand that it can be hard and you probably feel very lonely right now, but keep your head up sunshine. I can honestly promise you, one day there is going to come a guy who is wonderful and will unknowingly show you why it didn’t work out with the guy you like. It honestly does take time. It takes a lot of time for some people, and a shorter amount of time for others. Just stay focused on what makes you happy and keeps your mind busy. It can help a lot, seriously. Maybe even change things up in your life.. hair, hobby, piercing, new book, it can be big or small, it’s all up to you. The more you push yourself to get over him, the slower it will take, it takes time. Good luck & stay strong ♥
Yes, I believe there’s reason to be unsure and worry a little before moving in, that totally makes sense! I mean moving in is a pretty big step into the relationship. If I were you i would sit down with him and have a serious talk about it, reassure him that its okay if he says no, but that it would hurt you MORE if he lied just so he can make you happy. Just so then you won’t have to doubt yourself and him about this decision! Sure be disappointed if he actually says no about moving in but don’t get mad, otherwise he’ll be afraid to talk to you about serious stuff in the future. Good luck! :)
Become one of his close friends! Or at least try to. You have to be open to letting him make new friends and hanging out with other people, it happens. And if it still bothers you that he hangs out with other people and that makes you jealous, then you should try to become friends with his group of friends and then you guys can all hang out together :) If you don’t want to lose him though during this school year, then stay in touch! make the effort to talk to each other and hang out outside of school! ♥