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    I have a friend. We used to talk loads then all of a sudden started talking to me less and less, and to my other friend more and more. It's really hurt me, like 'I'm bored of you now so I'm going to talk to someone else'. If I was to give him the silent treatment, he wouldn't even notice. I get annoyed when the other friend talks about him; it makes me jealous and sad too.

    I said to him he upset me but not for that reason, but because he was a little bit rude a couple of times. I've not mentioned that I'm hurt because he talks to me less; I suppose it's a pride thing. It sounds a bit childish and stupid, being like 'pls talk to me more'.

    I'm sort of cutting him off but I actually really want to be friends with him. But I feel so hurt by him. So my options are cut him off or try to stay friends. I've already unfriended him on Facebook.
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    I've been there. It happens sometimes at the end of the day if you've been grown up about it to the friend and expressed how you feel and there's no change in their behaviour then just try and leave it there. The person has other friends and so should you. People distance sometimes and the older I get the more I realise it happens to everyone. Although it hurts sometimes you need to say enough is enough and stop begging that person for affection.
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    You in love with him?
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    (Original post by gabriellakhan)
    You in love with him?
    No, he is gay
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    (Original post by em211997)
    I've been there. It happens sometimes at the end of the day if you've been grown up about it to the friend and expressed how you feel and there's no change in their behaviour then just try and leave it there. The person has other friends and so should you. People distance sometimes and the older I get the more I realise it happens to everyone. Although it hurts sometimes you need to say enough is enough and stop begging that person for affection.
    Yes I think you're completely right, it's not good to force things
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    (Original post by Abcdefghijk123)
    Yes I think you're completely right, it's not good to force things
    Use it as a lesson for next time. It sounds harsh but maybe you need to be more cautious of who you invest your time and effort to.
 
 
 
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