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    I'm getting so frustrated by this. Basically I am a loner so the fact my housemate is so nice is really starting to make me a bit too fond of him. We're not that close but we have a laugh every now and then. The problem is presumably because I've never had a relationship my fondness is starting to turn into romantic feelings. For example wheb hehe asks me a favour, I feel a weird desire to use it to make him like me more as a person. this is just desperation but it kind of hurts that I know its just idealism. Its like part of my brain is two alone to give it up.

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    -I don't want a relationship; I want my brain to just be happy being single until someone I genuinely like actually does come along.
    -I'm only living with this guy another few weeks.
    -There was a guy on my course I got talking to over facebook. I think we were flirting (this is how clueless I am) but when we met up in person there was just no chemistry whatsoever (it honestly wasnt a looks thing; I already knew what he looked like).

    How do I get rid of this feeling without trying to find someone else (though that possibility in itself is a joke)?
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    He will leave in a few weeks and you will get over it. Also you want to have a relationship with someone because it is what you want. I want a relationship with someone. I just get over it because I don't want to have sex with anyone.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm getting so frustrated by this. Basically I am a loner so the fact my housemate is so nice is really starting to make me a bit too fond of him. We're not that close but we have a laugh every now and then. The problem is presumably because I've never had a relationship my fondness is starting to turn into romantic feelings. For example wheb hehe asks me a favour, I feel a weird desire to use it to make him like me more as a person. this is just desperation but it kind of hurts that I know its just idealism. Its like part of my brain is two alone to give it up.

    Some details that may be important-
    -I don't want a relationship; I want my brain to just be happy being single until someone I genuinely like actually does come along.
    -I'm only living with this guy another few weeks.
    -There was a guy on my course I got talking to over facebook. I think we were flirting (this is how clueless I am) but when we met up in person there was just no chemistry whatsoever (it honestly wasnt a looks thing; I already knew what he looked like).

    How do I get rid of this feeling without trying to find someone else (though that possibility in itself is a joke)?
    You said it yourself you'll only be living with him a few more weeks. I think you can stick it out, it's not long! Keep yourself distracted with exam revision or something.
 
 
 
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