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How to get over someone when you have to see them... watch

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    There is this guy who I fancy... But he is a third year (i'm a fresher) and he doesn't seem me like that way so nothing could happen... Due to reasons which would give too much away, I have to see him all the time - at least twice a day. I need to get over him but I don't know how!!

    I know there have been many threads like this before but any help would be much appreciated!

    Thanks Xxx

    I would personally try and look really hot everyday because something could happen! and i would just keep my eyes out for others and not put all my eggs in one basket as they say

    The fact that he's a third year and you're a fresher shouldn't make such a difference. I'm a Foundation Year person, my bf's doing his masters :p:

    do you actually have to speak to him when you see him.

    i find pretending the other person doesn't exist works wonders

    Just focus on other good looking people around you?
    start trying to talk to more people you find physically attractive, maybe people that are around the same time you have to see this guy. and maybe it will slowly start taking your mind off him and on to new people?
    at the same time, he may notice u speaking to them, and something may happen then?
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