Can’t forget guy who rejected me

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I had a crush on a guy at work . We ended up speaking at a work party. A year He added me on Snapchat . We went on a date, but on the date he kept talking about how other women were attractive . I foolishly asked for another date and he didn’t want one .

For some reason I can’t get this feeling of not feeling good enough out of my head and I feel embarrassed . I’ve got low self confidence as it is.

Any tips to forget this ?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I had a crush on a guy at work . We ended up speaking at a work party. A year He added me on Snapchat . We went on a date, but on the date he kept talking about how other women were attractive . I foolishly asked for another date and he didn’t want one .

For some reason I can’t get this feeling of not feeling good enough out of my head and I feel embarrassed . I’ve got low self confidence as it is.

Any tips to forget this ?
Yes, work through a self esteem boosting course or book and get some hobbies!
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Thanks 😊
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I had a crush on a guy at work . We ended up speaking at a work party. A year He added me on Snapchat . We went on a date, but on the date he kept talking about how other women were attractive . I foolishly asked for another date and he didn’t want one .

For some reason I can’t get this feeling of not feeling good enough out of my head and I feel embarrassed . I’ve got low self confidence as it is.

Any tips to forget this ?
He is the one that has lost out
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Understand that it is not your fault. It's easy to go into this rabbit hole of blaming yourself saying stuff about yourself like "I'm not good enough" or "no one will like me" etc. NONE of that is true. You are two individuals on different paths and for a while, your paths crossed over - you made each other happy and that was a very very nice moment. Not everyone is meant to stay in your life forever - some people are just meant to teach you a lesson. Once you've acknowledged that you're on two different paths going in different directions, you'll be ready to build up your confidence. Good luck, you'll be fine! :hugs:
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(Original post by Hellohsjakodsmka)
Understand that it is not your fault. It's easy to go into this rabbit hole of blaming yourself saying stuff about yourself like "I'm not good enough" or "no one will like me" etc. NONE of that is true. You are two individuals on different paths and for a while, your paths crossed over - you made each other happy and that was a very very nice moment. Not everyone is meant to stay in your life forever - some people are just meant to teach you a lesson. Once you've acknowledged that you're on two different paths going in different directions, you'll be ready to build up your confidence. Good luck, you'll be fine! :hugs:
Bless you thank
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(Original post by Scottishlad888)
He is the one that has lost out
Thanks , I reckon so 😊
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Bless you thank
Any time (:
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