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    I can tell this is just another one of my dumb crushes, that lasts a few months, or longer.
    To be honest, I dont want a relationship at all, I'm trying to focus on studies but I hate the depression that comes along with crushing on girls, and I just want to either get rid of that or stop liking her altogether. Do I avoid her and not go to the places she goes? Or not? Should I confess to her or will that make matters worse, in regards to me feeling empty and sad around her?

    I just want some way to get away from it all, be happy and not constantly feel as if I can't talk to anyone and that I'll never get anyone.
    Any advice? Thanks
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I can tell this is just another one of my dumb crushes, that lasts a few months, or longer.
    To be honest, I dont want a relationship at all, I'm trying to focus on studies but I hate the depression that comes along with crushing on girls, and I just want to either get rid of that or stop liking her altogether. Do I avoid her and not go to the places she goes? Or not? Should I confess to her or will that make matters worse, in regards to me feeling empty and sad around her?

    I just want some way to get away from it all, be happy and not constantly feel as if I can't talk to anyone and that I'll never get anyone.
    Any advice? Thanks
    If you want to get over her, avoid her and minimise interaction

    If you want a shot, then flirt, see how she responds, get her number, etc etc then ask her out - confessions are much more awkaRd
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I can tell this is just another one of my dumb crushes, that lasts a few months, or longer.
    To be honest, I dont want a relationship at all, I'm trying to focus on studies but I hate the depression that comes along with crushing on girls, and I just want to either get rid of that or stop liking her altogether. Do I avoid her and not go to the places she goes? Or not? Should I confess to her or will that make matters worse, in regards to me feeling empty and sad around her?

    I just want some way to get away from it all, be happy and not constantly feel as if I can't talk to anyone and that I'll never get anyone.
    Any advice? Thanks
    I was the same. There was a girl in my school who I'd never spoken to but really liked (and had liked her for 2 years). I told her and she said sorry but she doesn't feel the same way. This was at the start of December. I now feel empty and sad all the time.
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    I was the same. There was a girl in my school who I'd never spoken to but really liked (and had liked her for 2 years). I told her and she said sorry but she doesn't feel the same way. This was at the start of December. I now feel empty and sad all the time.
    Yeahh I guess I shouldn't take that risk then - ___- :P
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    I’m in a similar situation. I’m a female and I like this guy. The only thing that is getting in the way of me telling him is the fact that I have a class with him and it would be awkward. I wish I had the confidence to flirt with him and see how it goes but to be honest, I’m hopefully going to uni in September so what’s the point?
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    I'm having the same problem with this guy lately. I've never really spoken to him so the only place I need to avoid him is at uni; at least until I can get over him. If you like the girl OP, just tell her; sometimes, girls wait around for guys to do the confessing.
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    As a girl, I’d want to know if a boy had a crush on me or not. Even if he doesn’t want a relationship, It would make my day to know that he finds me attractive.
 
 
 
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