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hello...

well me and my gf broke up a month ago and we were talking a couple days ago and i said that i still liked ehr but she said that shes sorry but im just a friend to her now...and i really want her back so ive been talking to her when i got the chance and if there was a gathering where both of us are going i would ask her to hang out wit me and stuff

my question is that does that make me seem desperate?is taht a bad thing for me to be trying to get closer to her like that?

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Move on dude. You need to do No Contact with her. Delete her from your phone, computer, your life in general. Don't see her and try not to see common friends.

 

She only wants to be friends, but you want more. That simply won't work. It'll be hard, but we'll be here to help you!

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Yes, it does make you appear desperate. Which isn't, in and of itself, necessarily a bad thing. But (i'm assuming here that you are quite young...possibly a teenager?) there are *plenty* of fish in the sea, if you catch my drift.

 

You love her, but she has put you into 'friend' status. It's nearly impossible to get out of 'friend' status once you're in. So, it's time to cast your net back into the ocean, and find another fish, my friend. In time you'll wonder what you saw in her...

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If I knew what I knew now or even had forums like this when I was 15 years old, I would have owned my highschool Take the advice from the others, there are plenty and I mean PLENTY of fish in the sea. Relax, when you're my age (gods I sound old saying that) you look back on it fondly and wonder why you ever felt the way you did and smile to yourself. Trust me

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i know that i should try and move on but i love her so much and want her back so badly i cant think straight at all or anything anymore...im becoming a bigger mess everyday and ive been drinking and getting high very very frequently because it helps me forget for the little while...when ever i think of her telling me that shes gotten over me i feel like that i dont know what to do and im getting more and more desperate everyday everyday i have to ask myself why i should even get out of bed what should i do??i dont want to tell her this because i dont want any pity dates or i dont want to come off as desperate or anything i do not know waht to do...

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Man, you're 15 and you need not to fall in that pattern at such a young age! Go to the gym - be sparatic - talk to the next attractive girl you see! Grab chances at a whim, you're young and can make mistakes with girls. Don't make mistakes with drungs -- make them with girls!!!! Have sex with the next girl you take on a date, it'll help you forget about this last girl. WEAR PROTECTION AND DON'T GET ANYONE KNOCKED UP EITHER... but i'm sure you're not that stupid.

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