I feel so silly for thinking that he liked me. We are friends but I feel deep shame when I'm around him now and I just want to disappear.
I made the fatal mistake of making the first move as a woman! He rebuffed me and even freaked out a bit. I keep replaying the scenario in my head and cringing.
I still like him but I know he will never want me.
So how do I stop feeling like an idiot? I have to see him again and again around friends.
Feel so stupid for thinking I had a chance with him. How do I get over embarrassment? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 29-02-2016 00:50
- 29-02-2016 01:14
Don't be ashamed. There is nothing to be ashamed of. It's only awkward if you make it awkward.
I told my feelings to my best (female friend) a few months ago. She rejected me, we're still good friends today and I see her and all our mutual friends all the time. It's not weird, even though I think some of them might know. You're in love with someone who isn't, so what?
- 29-02-2016 02:22
Everyone gets rejected, just play it cool and make sure this doesn't stop you from asking someone out again in the future
- 29-02-2016 02:32
Rejection is a natural thing.
Try to forget about what happened and move on. Things may be awkward for a little bit but they will soon improve.
I'm afraid you can't change his feelings. I've been rejected by girls who I still liked afterwards. It sucks but you have to forget about the feelings for him and move on.
Hopefully this helped.
- 29-02-2016 02:53
You know what? Good on you for having the courage to step outside both societies norms and your comfort zone. Time heals all wounds, just take it as a lesson learnt and be proud of yourself for having expressed how you felt. At least you wont have to look back with any "What if's" and everything happens for a reason! There's clearly someone better waiting to sweep you off your feet.