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    I have met a guy through a hobby. We have never actually spoke and only exchanged coy smiles. He has tried to look me up on social media too. I am finding it difficult to be able to get in proximity to speak to him.

    I have met him through a walking and social group he tends to bring out groups of friends. Most of these friends are females which it is quite clear they are interested in him. I feel annoyed as I met him in July and have still not be able to speak to him yet these women met him in late August and he hangs out with them on a regular basis. How on earth can I get to speak to him? Or should I should I try and meet someone else who does not have masses of women after them?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have met a guy through a hobby. We have never actually spoke and only exchanged coy smiles. He has tried to look me up on social media too. I am finding it difficult to be able to get in proximity to speak to him.

    I have met him through a walking and social group he tends to bring out groups of friends. Most of these friends are females which it is quite clear they are interested in him. I feel annoyed as I met him in July and have still not be able to speak to him yet these women met him in late August and he hangs out with them on a regular basis. How on earth can I get to speak to him? Or should I should I try and meet someone else who does not have masses of women after them?
    Problem is as long as you keep these barriers up you will never be able to get to know any guys, only way is to talk to them and get to know them.
 
 
 
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