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Dear Dish-It,

Here's my problem; I liked this boy, but he doesn't like me. I asked him out and I talk to him on the phone all the time and I really have got to know him very well, and he's gotten to know me very well, but he still doesn't like me. But, I love him and don't know what to do. I'm confused and would really like you to help me.
confusedgirl


Dear confusedgirl,

I know this is not the advice you are looking for, but you really need to try and get over this guy. You've put yourself out there by asking him out and letting him know that you like him. After that, the ball was in his court and he decided he wasn't interested. Even though you have probably become close, this definitely sounds like a strictly friends-only kind of relationship. If you think you can be friends with him (without constantly trying to make him fall for you), then cool. But if you are really hung up on him being your BF, then you need to take a step back and maybe not spend as much time with him for now. Take some time to get over him and then set your sights on someone new - there's a guy out there who is going to fall for you, but it's not going to be this guy. Good Luck.


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    Riverturtle wrote:

    Forget about him hun
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