If he’s not, he’s probably not interested in you and is one of the four men above. I didn’t see the point of ruining our friendship for the matter of a dating situation that might last a year or 2.
Evan, I have a common problem that you’ve responded to lots of times: I fooled myself into thinking that my friend of 10 years had feelings for me, and when I mustered up the nerve to tell him, I was shot down. We talked almost every day, he told me I was hot, he told me that he fantasized about me, and we went traveling together. Now that I know my feelings are not returned, I’ve cut him out of my life so that I can move on and find someone who truly does love me.
I have to admit though, that this whole experience has left me scarred.
I was wondering if you could explain how to avoid a situation like this in the future.
Do men always ask out a woman they’re immediately interested in? Does the romantic story of “When Harry Met Sally” really just exist in the movies? I’ve never answered this question before, and I’m glad you shared your story with me.