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    When someone is basically indifferent to your existence. Especially when you're emotionally invested in them.

    I'd even prefer it if she was upset with me...

    *sigh*
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    When someone is basically indifferent to your existence. Especially when you're emotionally invested in them.

    I'd even prefer it if she was upset with me...

    *sigh*
    Pick it up and move on mate, the opposite of love is not hate, hate is just love gone bad. The opposite of love is apathy... I'm really sorry...
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    I remember me what someone has said to me about indifference: 'indifference does not hurt you no matter happens to you' - or something like that.

    From the perspective of yourself, its right. No one can be emotional hurt by the others.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    When someone is basically indifferent to your existence. Especially when you're emotionally invested in them.

    I'd even prefer it if she was upset with me...

    *sigh*
    Time to up sticks and leave :console:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'd even prefer it if she was upset with me...
    Maybe she is not as indifferent as you think.. My ex best friend (who happened to be BPD) acted out indifference as a weapon of cruelty and ultimate control over the other person.
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    I agree, because it tells you that they don't want to acknowledge you as if, if you tried to befriend her she'd already decided no. Just try and pick up your standard of banter with her
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    When someone is basically indifferent to your existence. Especially when you're emotionally invested in them.

    I'd even prefer it if she was upset with me...

    *sigh*
    With women, it's always difficult to tell. Although she could be indifferent to you, there's always the option that she's either shy or slightly scared to speak with you. Also, I read somewhere that women may ignore a man purposefully to test, to flirt, to somehow provoke. Thus the saying 'Women are from Venus, Men are from Mars' is quite fitting to the situation. Maybe you should have a chat with her about it. I'm sure there's a reasonable explanation. I hope this was of any help!
 
 
 
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