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feeling low at the moment!

Postby agreenlily » Sun Mar 01, 2009 11:21 pm

hey; dont really know who can talk to the nw bout how i'm feeling as i might just be being silly. but here it goes.

ive bn talking to the guy for 3 months on the internet and a few weeks ago we met up and had a great night; he text me the next morning and i thot that things were looking good - so i started to get my hopes up (prob never a good thing to do)

then all of a sudden later that week he stopped texting and when i text him i got a short reply which wold take hours.

so at the weekend my friend and me text him asking if i as wasting my time; and that.
but he nver text me bak; later tonigh on msn i spoke to him but he never mentioned the text and neither did i.
i feel like he's going to look at me being immature etc

now i'm left feeling like a bit of a plonker; and upset.
i qute liked this guy and felt like we got on well; now i dont know where i stand.

today i jst felt myself tearing up for no reason and when i thnik of what i said i jst feel really silly and embarassed.
really wish i could turn the clock bak now and never text him tht silly message!

i think i might have ruined our friendship and anything that could have potentialy happened.
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Re: feeling low at the moment!

Postby brfc » Mon Mar 02, 2009 8:32 am

hey you might get more responses in the girlfriend boyfreind section with this problem
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Re: feeling low at the moment!

Postby Bel Bel » Mon Mar 02, 2009 11:53 am

ignore him and put it down to experience
you are not being silly and immature you wnated to know where you stood
for whatever reason he has changed his mind but he hasn't got the guts to tell you that makes him immature
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Re: feeling low at the moment!

Postby snail » Mon Mar 02, 2009 11:58 am

I agree. You were straightforward, open, honest and mature. You should be patting yourself on the back, not beating yourself up. He's the one who's behaving childishly.
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Re: feeling low at the moment!

Postby brfc » Mon Mar 02, 2009 10:43 pm

just thinking is this connected to your other post in g/f b/f section?

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=15084
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