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Posted 11/8/16


Small chance.
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Kerst wrote:



Small chance.


It's easier to date someone you know in person heh = =, does online relationship every works out for you guys?


P.S. Omg I'm cursed
Posted 11/8/16 , edited 11/8/16

fredreload wrote:


Kerst wrote:



Small chance.


It's easier to date someone you know in person heh = =, does online relationship every works out for you guys?


P.S. Omg I'm cursed



It depends on the distance.
But if it does work out you usually have to be relatively close and both people have to work at moving your relationship to a place to be together.
I know a girl from Canada loved a boy in America and currently they have been living together in Vegas for the last 4 years. She made the effort to move and go to school here.
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Posted 11/8/16

Kerst wrote:


fredreload wrote:


Kerst wrote:



Small chance.


It's easier to date someone you know in person heh = =, does online relationship every works out for you guys?


P.S. Omg I'm cursed



It depends on the distance.
But if it does work out you usually have to be close and both people have to work at moving your relationship to a place to be together.
I know a girl from Canada loved a boy in America and currently they have been living together in Vegas for the last 4 years. She made the effort to move and go to school here.


Cool, I'll take my time. Maybe when I become less of an ass = =, thanks for the suggestions Kerst, that really helped

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Posted 11/8/16
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Posted 11/8/16
The title says it all here: Getting rejected.

If you're feeling rejected, then it's best to move on.
If the breakup was mutual, I would say otherwise, but the title certainly alludes to a much different feeling.
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Posted 11/8/16
Just don't carry a torch. That's about the worst option in such a situation - if you're okay with being friends, assume you will only be a friend, nothing more or less. Not just hanging around hoping to rekindle the relationship.

For example - if you hadn't dated someone, then as a friend you might see them with someone else, and they might come to you for advice sometimes. Your ex, if they are your friend, may do the same. Can you handle that? If not, it's probably best to cut ties and move on, just say it's too painful, but try to keep in touch from a distance.

That said, I hope you are able to remain friends with this person. If you were able to date, even if it didn't work as more of a relationship, there were still building blocks there. But again, only if you're confident that it will just be as a friend.
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Posted 11/9/16
OP, you can refuse to be someone's friend without burning bridges.
I recommend not expecting the situation to change in your favor and to only see it a friendship until it's not.
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Posted 11/12/16
If you get jealous back away from the friendship. It's hard to get over someone if you're still friends with them.
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