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Naz1
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this time its my mate.
he likes this girl and he more or less told her BUT she goes he should look else where basically she aint after a relationship
he heart broken aww.. how in hell do i help him
what should he DO?

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(Original post by Naz1)
this time its my mate.
he likes this girl and he more or less told her BUT she goes he should look else where basically she aint after a relationship
he heart broken aww.. how in hell do i help him
what should he DO?

Help?
Help?
Help?
Help?
Help?
etc
Hey you're desperate, tell your mate to forget this girl, she obviously doesn't fancy him, if either doesn't like the other in a relationship then it isn't likely to work. One can learn to love another through getting to know one another better. If your freind seriously wants to date this girl he should befreind her first or wait until she is ready to have a relationship. People shouldn't be forced into things they want to do, he should find a girl that is ready for a relationship and whom feels the same way as he does, i'm no marriage guidance councillor but iv'e a feeling that if your freind follows this advice a relationship should work.
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If she's not interested; there's not much he can do. It's harsh, but he'll have to move on - unless he really wants to pursue it and possibly get more hurt.
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forget her move on - again with the fish comment, theres plenty more etc.
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You could tell him that at least he knows now - ok, it's not a very nice thing to have been told that but it's better than her leading him on or giving him false hope. Besides, there's nothing wrong with him just because she didn't like him in that way - personal preferences isn't it - there's probably someone else out there who is really interested in him. At the end of the day "she's just not into him" - and it's better that he knows.
What should he do? Try to put those feelings for her out of his mind - she's made herself clear - he should look to the future, go out socialising, take his mind off it.
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Convince him that she wasn't 'all that' and take him out to help forget about it. He may even meet someone else he likes in the process But, then again don't try to dismiss it as nothing if he is really hurt... Be there to listen if he needs it
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take the piss out of her in general conversation, but make it funny so he laughs.

im not joking either this does work!
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