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    Hey,
    Well i started university a while back. am a first year.
    I met a girl in my hall (she is in the same flat as me so i see her everyday) and became good friends with her but half way through term 1i started having feelings for her and then couldnt bear to be in the same room with her out of fear that she mind find out i like her. so i avoided her and inturn she didnt speak to me. On the last day of term 1 she just stuck around me alot and smiled alot.
    In term 2, i just ignored her again and now term 2 has ended. I find i still have really strong feelings for her. She is now seeing someother guy but its like on and off with him continuously.
    I do not know what to do. I just want these feelings to go away and things to go back to the way they were. What do i do?
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    She lives in same flat as you, why would you even want to go there?

    My friend moved into a student flat with his gf, and now they've broken up, and none of them can leave till lease runs out.

    Awkward isn't enough to describe it I'm told. :erm:
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    (Original post by Yawn11)
    She lives in same flat as you, why would you even want to go there?

    My friend moved into a student flat with his gf, and now they've broken up, and none of them can leave till lease runs out.

    Awkward isn't enough to describe it I'm told. :erm:
    Pft, yeah who would ever want to be in a relationship with someone and /live/ with them [/sarcasm]

    OP, if she's with someone else and you realise its not going to happen between you then start moving on. Its been a long time now, just try and stop thinking about get and get on with your life.
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    so do i continue to just ignore her?
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    Just be friends with her. There's no harm in that. But don't get too close as a friend, because once you're in the friend zone its nigh on impossible to get out.

    As for her seeing someone else, sorry about that. The best thing is to try and move on. To be honest, I wouldn't want to be in a relationship with someone in my flat. Relationships never last forever, and two exes being in close range of each other is usually pretty awkward.
 
 
 
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