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    So, like I have playstation. I speak to one guy on there. Cut to the chase, there is harmless flirting going on but it annoys me because I hate it too at the same time; the shower of compliments, the tease and that confidence I think I have completely differs to reality. I want to feel apperciated but just not on the playstation. I hate how I lack confidence in reality; the several times where I've liked a guy and I felt like they might have liked me, was disappointing because the casual flirting compares little to online; I never made any of the first moves when I could have and nor did I have the confidence like I do online. Talking online, makes me feel actually sad cause I don't want to result to talking to people online. I feel disappointed in effect, particularly when my friend shares crushes of people at work, people who in real life she can interact with.

    Yeah, I just, I don't know.
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    I’m actually having the same problem but it’s fb messenger lol T_T
 
 
 
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