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Simon’s Blog :: January 29, 2008

January 29, 2008

What’s up people? Thanks so much to you all who wrote in to help me out with the girl-situation. Man, it’s been a crazy couple of weeks! Let me fill you in.

So a couple of days after I heard that Emily and her boyfriend broke up, I worked up the courage to send her a text. I just asked how she was doing, and we texted back and forth a few times. No big deal, right? Wrong! Because all of a sudden she texts me “Wanna hang out soon?” Um, heck yeah I do!

Ugh, but here’s where it gets confusing. We’ve been hanging out almost everyday since then, but I can’t get the nerve to make a move. Are we just friends? Are we dating? Should I try to kiss her? This situation has me so confused!

I’m totally unsure of what to do. I don’t want to rush her because she just broke up with her last boyfriend, but I also don’t want to wait around forever and be relegated into the “friend” category forever. What would you do? and let me know!


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    My bff and I were best friends but weve grown apart im getting older and she still wants to do kid stuff I have new friends now I feel like im being mean to her but like doesn't she get the memo I feel both guilty and mad:} Gosh.... put the shoe on  the other foot and see how would you feel if your bff done this on you. You has been bffs for the long time [Im guessing] and your maturing faster than her.  I agrees you are being mean to her if you doesnt discuss how your feeling with her and ignoring / avoiding her or whatever your doing.    She has been the good friend to you and she deserves to understand if you is growing up faster than her.  I really feels sad for how she could be feeling right now. She didnt do anything wrong.  You changed. Not her. Please be nice to your friend/ex friend and let her down gently [if you really has to] ^^ Me opinion  
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