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    Basically,

    I fell for someone before but could never get the courage to tell him that I liked him more than a friend. As I never got an answer, I felt a little heart-broken and sad (especially as we lost contact with each other).

    I got over it, but it makes me scared to fall for someone again in case I'm too slow/ too cowardly to admit my feelings. It'd be nice to be in a actual relationship as I'm 16 year old girl.

    It doesn't have to be serious- just like a best friend with fun, non-mushy dates. But I have some really tall, hard, protective walls up so seem incapable of letting myself fall for a guy in the first place.

    Advice?
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    I'm the same. I fell in love with someone I wasn't supposed to and I hate myself for it. I don't want to fall in love again for a long time. But if the right person comes along I'll just have to face ny fears. I advise you to be natural, don't stop yourself but don't try and force yourself to love for the sake of it.
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    Same can't be dealing with emotional stress. I would like to fall in love with someone but I never let myself. This will sound so cheesy but here goes "You have to love yourself before you can love anyone else". Face those demons and see what happens.
 
 
 
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