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Falling for someone because they have fallen for you? watch

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    I'm going to be 21 soon and I've never been in a relationship before.I have always had that 'oh whatever' attitude towards relationships until now.I'm starting to notice a trend in the way I start liking guys and it's bothering me in a way.
    So a guy I don't find attractive will start showing signs of liking me then all of a sudden I will start liking them back and finding them more attractive than I did before.(I'll be too chicken to do anything about it and it never goes anywhere).Is this normal to like somebody only because you know they like you?.If it continues like this wouldn't I be setting myself up?.
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    It's certainly one route to forming a relationship. Another would be to pursue someone you like who doesn't appear to like you and a third way would be where you both like each other.

    It's not abnormal - each to their own I guess.

    I wouldn't worry about it too much
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    It's certainly one route to forming a relationship. Another would be to pursue someone you like who doesn't appear to like you and a third way would be where you both like each other.

    It's not abnormal - each to their own I guess.

    I wouldn't worry about it too much
    The third way would be ideal I think.
    Hmm never knew ,thanks mate
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    I know lots of couples (some of them happily married) where one person wasn't interested in the other/thought they were annoying or didn't even notice them, and then later, they got to know each other and fell in love.

    As Mindspace said, there's no wrong or right way to fall in love. Yes it's nice if you get that mutual "love at first sight" moment, but as long as the right people find each other eventually, that's all that matters
 
 
 
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