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Im in my final year of uni and have had crushes on girls and it didnt work out in terms of a relationship, with most were just friends now and thats fine. However I feel that I need a girlfriend but not for sexual reasons that would just be a bonus, but for more as a companion and a close friend you can have.

Ive been talking to many girls but not any, only ones I genuinly crush on, Im going to finish uni soon and its feels weird that I never met anyone, fair enough Ive had a good time with friends and on the course. But it seems like its all over once uni finishes and it feels like I wont meet anyone after as im unsure on what will happen or what job i'll go into.

Now I have an interest in this girl but I hardly see her, i'll go around to where she sits and sometimes she's not there so im like, shall I just leave if I dont see her around ??
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You NEED? Oh no you don't. By all means do if you dare, but don't make it obvious that a relationship is what you're looking for
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I can relate one hundred percent.

With the girl you mentioned in the last part of your post, you should really approach her and talk to her. Worst case scenario, she's not interested in you, big deal. You've got nothing to lose next time you see her, talk to her and see how it goes. Ask for her number after talking for a bit, do it.

You shouldn't feel like it's the end of the world. There'll always be girls out there, and there is a girl for you. Just don't forget that you have standards, just because you see a girl it doesn't mean you should go into a relationship with the first girl who shows interest. You have standards, don't lose yourself to fall in love. Keep a level head, don't let this dominate your life and your thoughts.

Sooner or later, you'll meet a good girl and you'll find happiness good luck.

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I dont know. Try online dating? Be warned tho, success in online dating is like swimming across a river of excrement and coming out clean. If there was an easy answer everybody would be doing it (literally!)
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Can I just say studies and work is my main priorities. I don't go chasing women. Just saying

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(Original post by Juicy J)
I can relate one hundred percent.

With the girl you mentioned in the last part of your post, you should really approach her and talk to her. Worst case scenario, she's not interested in you, big deal. You've got nothing to lose next time you see her, talk to her and see how it goes. Ask for her number after talking for a bit, do it.

You shouldn't feel like it's the end of the world. There'll always be girls out there, and there is a girl for you. Just don't forget that you have standards, just because you see a girl it doesn't mean you should go into a relationship with the first girl who shows interest. You have standards, don't lose yourself to fall in love. Keep a level head, don't let this dominate your life and your thoughts.

Sooner or later, you'll meet a good girl and you'll find happiness good luck.

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Its a bit annoying going up and down the stairs to see her, I suppose its only early days and when she knows where I sit she can come see me, if not then i'll have my answers.
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