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  1. I can’t do that cool text quote thing but the sentence

    “I was feeling really secure in my looks when we started dating, but this has taken a hit on my confidence.”

    That’s really all you need to know man. He is not building you up and it’s been 3 months of exclusivity. If you desire confidence and security in your life then he is not providing your desired feelings at a time when the relationship should be easiest.

    You can’t change his perspective and no group is a monolith. Find one with the same perspective as you.

  2. Let me see if I’ve got this right:

    Based on your comments, you’re the one that broke up with her, are peeved she’s actively seeking other men now (based on your post), even though you’ve since had sex with another person (and again, you’re the one that broke up with her), are currently no contact with her, and you want to give the woman YOU broke up with a reminiscent gift about your relationship?

    Giving someone you broke up with a gift that reminisces on the relationship that you decided to end is such an asshole move.

  3. It sounds like you are going through a difficult and confusing situation with your friend. It's natural to feel hurt and upset when someone we care about treats us poorly, especially when it comes as a surprise.

    First and foremost, it's important to take care of yourself and your own well-being. It's okay to set boundaries and to distance yourself from someone who is not treating you with respect or kindness. You don't have to continue spending time with Sherry if it is not enjoyable or positive for you.

    If you do decide to continue the friendship, it might be helpful to have a direct and honest conversation with Sherry about her behavior and how it made you feel. Make it clear that her actions were hurtful and not acceptable, and express your concerns about the future of the friendship. It's important to remember that you are not responsible for her behavior, and you have the right to have your own feelings and boundaries.

    It might also be helpful to seek support from other friends or a therapist during this time to help you process your feelings and navigate the situation. It's okay to take care of yourself and prioritize your own well-being.

  4. Bro you need to break up with that bf of yours and just sleep around until you’re ready for a relationship lol

  5. This method sounds painful. Any good guy will abandon you before you have a chance to really know them.

    I dont say to jump in bed after 2 martinis but if you feel yourself good with somebody why restrict it on purpose?

  6. From the perspective of someone who gets super uncomfortable and awkward in these situations: he didn’t even bother trying. I at least try my best even if it’s not as good as other people. He should have been there for you. Even if he didn’t want to talk, he could have held your hand instead which is what I tend todo since I tend to get nervous and stutter or say something stupid.

  7. Expressing one’s love for an unavailable person via text/messenger is NOT normal. This is grounds for kicking her out of the game night group that you host in your home.

  8. Have you ever spoken to this guy? Ideally, you’d confidently go up to him and be like “hey, I never do this but I’m interested in you. Would you like to grab coffee sometime?” Maybe he says yes. Maybe he says no. But confidence is attractive.

    Given that you clarified my mistake about writing, you could also reach out and forget about pick up lines. They’re silly. “Hey, you’re in my class, right? I haven’t had a chance to talk to you privately there, but would you have any interest in going out sometime?”

    If he says no, it’s not because you wrote to him. You’d get the same answer through any medium. Just go for it.


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