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Arrow In a situation. - February 17th 2011, 08:21 AM

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So there's this guy who I met back in November. I liked him and he liked me back. At the time we met, he had a girlfriend and yet we still hooked up. I know that's not a good thing to do but my feelings for him was pretty strong.
But then I met this other guy, who I hadn't seen or spoken to in a while. We talked a lot and gradually we talked everyday over Facebook. I began to like this other guy even though I hadn't spoken to him in about 6 years. I knew that getting to know him wouldn't last because he then hurt me and we lost contact.
I realised that all the feelings I had for the other guy had gone. Disappeared. Now he says stuff that leaves me uncomfortable like "I missed you", "I like you". He doesn't seem to get it into his head that I just want to be friends. He asked to hang out and I said I can't because I'm busy (which I am). He says "I hope we can hang out soon". I tell him "I don't think we can soon because I'm busy". I also might be moving 2-3 hours away for Uni. But he says "I still hope though". I mean what the hell?

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Re: In a situation. - February 17th 2011, 07:54 PM

If you haven't already told him how you feel... tell him. You're not interested on a romantic level, and you just want to be friends. Yes, it's going to hurt his feelings, and yes, he may be in denial for a while, but eventually, he'll get over it. If he continues to make you uncomfortable, tell him you need some space. People often have trouble shifting their focus from romantic to friendly, so he may need some time to learn how to behave appropriately around you.

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