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    So there is this girl that rejected me a year ago calling me a weirdo etc. She went out with another guy literally a day after she rejected me and it didn't work out between them.

    A year later I have my own business that is doing good with over 30 employees, all of a sudden her friends and her including are being nice to me and trying to talk to me. I have also been told that she has said that she 'regrets' rejecting me.

    I do like her a lot but I have a feeling she doesn't like me for me but more of my money(without trying to sound bad). I also think it is a bit weird how she changed her mind soon after she found about my business.

    Should I give her a chance and see what happens e.g. does it work out. I mean I can also break up with her if I ain't feeling it.
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    Noooo... Not worth it, you truly love her, while she might still have bitterness in her heart. Its so obvious that she's here for the money. Just have a boss-employee, because your relationship with her is already corrupted.…
 
 
 
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