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    A girl rejected me the other day when I asked her to hang out saying she just wants to be friends. I thanked her for being so honest and she was totally cool with that. If she is in a room now and she notices she leaves quickly with a friend but earlier she was walking passed playing with her hair. Should I ignore her also?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    A girl rejected me the other day when I asked her to hang out saying she just wants to be friends. I thanked her for being so honest and she was totally cool with that. If she is in a room now and she notices she leaves quickly with a friend but earlier she was walking passed playing with her hair. Should I ignore her also?
    It sounds like she is being immature and not actually sticking to being friends. I wouldn't ignore her, but also wouldn't go out of my way to make a huge effort if she is going to be like that. I hope it goes well and gets sorted soon
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    (Original post by VaticanCameos)
    It sounds like she is being immature and not actually sticking to being friends. I wouldn't ignore her, but also wouldn't go out of my way to make a huge effort if she is going to be like that. I hope it goes well and gets sorted soon
    I passed her this morning when I went out and as soon as she noticed me coming she turned round to talk to me. I wished her a good morning and intended to leave it there but she continued the conversation by asking what I was up to. She was smiling at me constantly and made constant eye contact. I am so confused, what do I do?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I passed her this morning when I went out and as soon as she noticed me coming she turned round to talk to me. I wished her a good morning and intended to leave it there but she continued the conversation by asking what I was up to. She was smiling at me constantly and made constant eye contact. I am so confused, what do I do?
    I think she just wants to be friends and pretend it didn't happen... maybe..... so just act like nothing did?
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    (Original post by ProbablyJade)
    I think she just wants to be friends and pretend it didn't happen... maybe..... so just act like nothing did?
    I think she does; she stills seems overly friendly, though. Thanks for your help
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I think she does; she stills seems overly friendly, though. Thanks for your help
    Sounds like she's being overly friendly to compensate for the fact that she rejected you. Wouldn't overthink this though.
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    Calm and collected.
    Rejection sucks, but she's made her decision.
    I wouldn't ignore her (Doesn't end well), just, as mentioned, don't make a huge effort to please her or you feel the NEED to start a conversation, let it be natural, friendly chat and that's it really.
    (Overthinking gets you in a whole lot of trouble)
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    (Original post by Kre)
    Sounds like she's being overly friendly to compensate for the fact that she rejected you. Wouldn't overthink this though.
    She was overly friendly before I asked her out, hence I got the impression she liked me. I overthink everything so your answer is most helpful, thanks!
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    (Original post by ForcomeAnarchist)
    Calm and collected.
    Rejection sucks, but she's made her decision.
    I wouldn't ignore her (Doesn't end well), just, as mentioned, don't make a huge effort to please her or you feel the NEED to start a conversation, let it be natural, friendly chat and that's it really.
    (Overthinking gets you in a whole lot of trouble)
    I completely respect her decision and I completely get it. I'm pretty much doing as you said, I'll just be polite and if she wants a conversation I'll go along with it. I agree, overthinking is the bane of my life haha. Thanks v much
 
 
 
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