So I rejected this guy because I’m not ready to be in a relationship as I have the idea of no boyfriend until after university and after I get a job in my head by parents and I agree with it since i get distracted pretty easily so imagine having a relationship dang.
I feel so relieved that I have given him a reply even though it’s a rejection but I also kind of regret it. Is this normal?
Do you think we can go back to being just friends. He said yes but idk I have a bad feeling. I think it’s going to be awkard
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- Thread Starter
- 23-10-2017 01:32
- 23-10-2017 06:20
- 23-10-2017 06:42
Hmm... Because you kind of regret it, makes me think that you kind of wanted the relationship with this person. Don’t have a bad feeling about it, go in positive with a positive attitude on being friends, go in with that energy of being friends and it’ll automatically reflect on the two of you and you’d have a great friendship! Then as time passes, you never know, you might get so close to the point that you’re willing get into a relationship and willing to put in the effort to make it work despite everything else around life. You might get to a point where it’s so right that you are willing to balance everything including the relationship and to make it work, that way he would see it as well and you’d be more devoted to making it work so would he and together it’ll be incredible! Or ofcourse there’s the other side where you two remain amazing friends and through being good friends realise that it was probably best that you two didn’t get into a relationship
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- 23-10-2017 07:40
It will only be awkward if you make it awkward.
- 23-10-2017 08:29
A decent relationship would only help you focus through guiding one another and assisting one another when you need such.
Why are you treating it so immaturely...?
I don't feel like maintaining a relationship is such hard work that you -must- sacrifice your uni grades for it. I mean, if it is decent maintaining it will be your #1 recreational activity, right? So... ?
If not. Well yaay you just realised it isn't working out so great. Now go back to how you were before. Nothing lost, experience gained.
- 23-10-2017 17:15
Can you repeat the question