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« Reply #15 on: April 19, 2005, 09:28:43 pm »
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I'm sorry you had another bad day, Jess. Hope venting some helped. I have a little more advice for you if that's OK.

After reading your last post I have to agree with Flummoxed. I think Sam likes being the center of attention with Jesse, she likes the feeling. What you need to realize is you can't change what she is doing but you don't have to be apart of it. Maybe he doesn't like you because he thinks more of you has Sam's friend. Don't give him the chance to ignore you. You need to talk to him on your own when she's not around. Make him more interested in you. Sam isn't being very friendly to Jesse and he may end up getting annoyed with her for playing him. Make him notice you and he may turn all his attention to you.

Hope it all works out, Jess.
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« Reply #16 on: April 19, 2005, 11:07:52 pm »
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Sorry you had another stinky day, Jess. But hey, don't they say it has to get worse before it can get better? Wait it out; this will all pass in time, and you'll look back on it later and laugh for getting so stressed over it.

Okay, my turn! I'm in a bit of a dilemma here with one of my guy friends. (Sorry for the length here!)

My friend Dave and I have been 'acquaintances' pretty much forever. He's a grade below me, but we do a lot of extra curriculars (like Academic Challenge and the school play) together. And this year we've become really close friends.

But ever since the play, Dave's been treating me a little differently. Not in a creepy obsessed way or anything, but I get the feeling he may possibly like me more than just a friend. After he asked me to Prom last month, I voiced this concern to one of my friends, who then told me I was crazy. So I forgot about it for a while. But now, people have started asking what's going on between us. And, to tell the truth, I'm not sure what to tell them!

I love hanging out with him; he makes me laugh, and is just fun to be around. But it ends there - I'm not really attracted to him, and I can't even begin to imagine us in a dating situation. And it's hard to tell if he can or not, either.

Exhibit A: I find him trying to touch me a lot. Like, just on the arm, or the shoulder, putting his arm around me and such. He liked poking at me for a while, until I told him that really bothered me and he stopped. He lately has got a fixation with helping me keep my hair out of my eyes - brushing it off my face and such. In these instances, I kind of recoil, and tell him to "Touch me not." Lol.

Exhibit B: While he was away on vacation in California, he was constantly text messaging and calling me. He still does it now, too - really random texts.

Exhibit C: We've gone "out" a few times, like to the thrift store together, and the coffee shop and stuff. Never actual dates (at least.. I don't think). One time we went to this restaurant to listen to some jazz, and we somehow ended up in this dark, candlelit room.. lol, it was definitely the most uncomfortable experience of my life.

He's never actually asked me out on a real date or anything. He did mention once that we should catch a movie sometime, and has commented once or twice on how much he likes spending time with me. But he's never brought anything else up. And we never did catch that movie.

But, even after all that, it's hard to tell. He's a nice kid, and gets along with everybody. He talks to and goes out with a lot of people. So, I am very confused.

When I told my friend about us going out every now and then (the same friend who told me I was "crazy" and "reading too much into it" when Dave asked me to Prom, mind you), she told me she thought he liked me. She also told my other friend that it was all my fault, since I was spending "insane amounts of time" with Dave. Which, 1. isn't true - I spend as much time with him as my other friends and, 2. she's the one who said I was crazy for thinking he liked me in the first place! GAH!

I've had problems before with my guy friends liking me. And none of them has ended happily, so I'm very scared here.

I want to ask Dave about it - ask him if we are indeed spending "insane amounts of time" together. But I don't want to scare him away, because I like hanging out. The last thing I want to do is make things awkward, especially since we're going to Prom together in two weeks.

But if he indeed does like me, I don't want to lead him on, either. Not that I think I am - I don't allow much of the touching (I don't like it much in actual relationship situations anyway), and I don't always agree to go out random places with him. Right now, I'm acting with him like I do with all my other friends. But if he likes me, is that too much? Grrr.

So, any input or advice from anybody? Thanks in advance.
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« Reply #17 on: April 20, 2005, 03:55:53 am »
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ouch. She is really being an evil cow- sorry for the terminology, but she is- now. I think she may actually have a tiny crush on him, even if it is outweighed by the attension seeking.

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I think you need to talk to him personally. I mean, you could go down the easier routes of ignoring it, going with it for a week or so and then dumping him gently, or talking 24/7 about this guy you fancy who he doesn't know (who is of course entirely fictional) to try put him off, but they're all really bad ideas in the long run.

You don't need to confront him point blank, but I think you should get him by himself- before the prom- and just tell him how much you aprechiate his friendship, and how its nice to know that while other lads might chase you, he'll always be there as a good friend who you don't have to worry about being anything more with. If he doesn't take the hint, then you may have to be a bit more obvious about it.
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« Reply #18 on: April 20, 2005, 06:22:25 am »
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Jess, it sounds like he doesn't like him, but he likes to flirt with him. He's leading him on and she probably won't go through with it.

Flummoxed, I think you need to talk to him and ask him what's up.
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« Reply #19 on: April 20, 2005, 10:04:41 am »
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Jess, I think that you should let this girl know how much this is getting to you. You obviously really like him, and she is not being fair to you at all. Tell her how she is making you feel. Tell her how much you like this guy, and basically lay on the guilt. She has no right to do this if she is indeed your friend. If she does like him, then she should let you know, it's only fair. Because if she's saying "Oh no, I'm not interested in him" just to save your feelings, then it isn't working at all. And she needs to know this. I'm sure that if she does consider you as a friend then she will let you know what is really going on. You deserve to know the truth.
If she does like him, then you should discuss with her as to what you are going to do.
I myself have been in the situation of liking the same guy as my friend. But before anything went on between him and either of us, we made sure it was ok with the other girl. Afterall, it is only fair. And friends are the ones who are there for you in the long run just incase anything goes wrong. And, from experience, it's not very good to go crying to someone when you went behind their back.
I'm not saying that you would do this, but if this is what's going on with this guy and your friend... then you need to sort things out between you girls before she risks losing you as a friend.

Flummoxed, you need to know whether this guy really does like you or not. And so... simple thing is. Ask him.
But I would do this before the Prom. As it appears that you are his date for the evening, and he may have some plans that may not go as he is hoping, if you get what I mean. If you want to keep him as a friend then you should clear the air before the Prom so that if he does have any plans, then the night will not be spoiled for either of you.
If it turns out that he doesn't like you, and he just sees you as a good friend, then don't worry about being embarrassed, these things are always good for a giggle at afterwards, especially if it is with a good friend. 
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« Reply #20 on: April 20, 2005, 04:56:55 pm »
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Thanks guys. *Tear.* Jackie would be so proud!   

Yeah, I guess it's time to have a little talk with Dave. I mean, I have given him hints (and not fake ones, either). A while ago, I was really down one day because my ex-boyfriend was being a jackass at work. And after much prodding from Dave, I told him about it, and that I still liked this guy at work. So, he knows about that at least.

*Le sigh.* I hate boy problems. Lol.

But again, thanks guys!
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« Reply #21 on: April 20, 2005, 05:33:09 pm »
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Quote from: ShannyBanany on April 19, 2005, 09:28:43 pm   

Don't give him the chance to ignore you. You need to talk to him on your own when she's not around. Make him more interested in you.

lol, that's what i've been trying to do. I just about had a run in with him today... lol, i kinda feel odd thinking back on it... but i'm not sure where i hit him... lol, i hope i didn't hurt him. he just about stepped on my cd player... and i would have died if my cds had gotten broke... and i, uhh... was holding him up off of my stuff. I moved my hand up, and then realized that it was on his stomach after i moved it up... so, uhh, not really sure where it was before that.  and then he went behind me trying to get to my friend (we were on bleachers) but they wouldn't let him over to her, so he was behind me for a while... and i was leaning back on him and such talking to him... dag on (haha, hick slang  ) he was soooo comfortable to lay against. I've never leaned against someone that was that comfortable before, no joke. and then he went to sit farther up behind me, lol, even though i asked him not to. my human cushion had left me... my hot human cushion.  lol, o well, i'll live.

O, and just for the record, lol, the friend isn't Kari. Her name is Sam. 

I appreciate all yall's advice. This forum is such a nice place 

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I'd say you could either talk to him, or maybe give it a "break" for a while. Or try to hook him up w/ some friend of yours... or tell him you like some other dude (just like, in a friend-like discussion, ya know. Like, "Oh, *name* is so cute. I really like him." ... lol, well, that would only work if you actually like someone. I'd say just kinda make it clear that you're not interested like that. If that doesn't work, you may want to have some kinda talk seeing where you both view your relationship. Good luck with it, hun. I hope this works out for you. 
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Quote from: Jess_B on April 20, 2005, 05:33:09 pm   

O, and just for the record, lol, the friend isn't Kari. Her name is Sam. 

I'm so sorry! I'll edit my post and change it. The only name you mentioned was Kari so I thought that was her. I'll change it now... no need to blame Kari when she didn't do anything.
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« Reply #23 on: April 20, 2005, 06:55:11 pm »
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Flummoxed-  I am going to sound like a broken record because I agree with everything that the others have said.  I think subtle hints are the way to go, let him know how much you adore him as a friend.  It doesn't sound like you are leading him on at all, guys just interpret things in weird ways  .  Definitely should go out with him in group situations and should make sure that things are clear before prom night.  I had a problem with something of this nature that happened over Homecoming and it is difficult because you never know what the guy is thinking.  Good luck-I hope everything works out.

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I'd say you could either talk to him, or maybe give it a "break" for a while. Or try to hook him up w/ some friend of yours... or tell him you like some other dude (just like, in a friend-like discussion, ya know. Like, "Oh, *name* is so cute. I really like him." ... lol, well, that would only work if you actually like someone. I'd say just kinda make it clear that you're not interested like that. If that doesn't work, you may want to have some kinda talk seeing where you both view your relationship. Good luck with it, hun. I hope this works out for you. 

Ahahaha.    Sorry.. I couldn't resist laughing when I read this. Not because of anything you said - don't worry, I'm not laughing at you! Just about the fact that that is so not me, or Dave, or any of my friends at all. Lol.

We don't "hook each other up." Ever. Dave would definitely hate me forever if I even attempted it. Haha. And as for bringing up a mysterious cute guy in conversation.. heh, yeah, we don't do that, either. At least, I don't with any of my close friends.

I'm part of one of those groups that you probably send weird looks towards at your high school. Lol, I'm probably one of the least boy-crazy girls you'll ever meet. But it's all good. Thanks for the advice anyway!

And yes, hopefully this can all be somewhat resolved by Prom! If not.. well, I guess I'll have to take my chances then, eh? Lol.
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I'd say you could either talk to him, or maybe give it a "break" for a while. Or try to hook him up w/ some friend of yours... or tell him you like some other dude (just like, in a friend-like discussion, ya know. Like, "Oh, *name* is so cute. I really like him." ... lol, well, that would only work if you actually like someone. I'd say just kinda make it clear that you're not interested like that. If that doesn't work, you may want to have some kinda talk seeing where you both view your relationship. Good luck with it, hun. I hope this works out for you. 

Ahahaha.    Sorry.. I couldn't resist laughing when I read this. Not because of anything you said - don't worry, I'm not laughing at you! Just about the fact that that is so not me, or Dave, or any of my friends at all. Lol.

We don't "hook each other up." Ever. Dave would definitely hate me forever if I even attempted it. Haha. And as for bringing up a mysterious cute guy in conversation.. heh, yeah, we don't do that, either. At least, I don't with any of my close friends.

I'm part of one of those groups that you probably send weird looks towards at your high school. Lol, I'm probably one of the least boy-crazy girls you'll ever meet. But it's all good. Thanks for the advice anyway!

And yes, hopefully this can all be somewhat resolved by Prom! If not.. well, I guess I'll have to take my chances then, eh? Lol.

lol, sorry. i tried to put myself in your shoes, and what i would do in that situation. I had a similar problem once when one of my long-time guy friends developed a thing for me... he was always telling me/other ppl how pretty i was... and if i went to the bathroom, he would drive ppl crazy asking where i was... I ignored him for a while (lol, kinda mean, huh...) but it worked. Now we're just back to being good friends...and he didn't ask me out, so it was all good.  And me and all my friends tell eachother who we should date... not really seriously... just kinda joking around. like, "oh yeah, you and *name* would make a good couple! Ya'll should date." lol, my guy friends have tried to hook me up with various ppl... and vice versa... lol, i guess we're all just crazy though... i have a strange group of friends, and we have a very strange relationship. 
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« Reply #26 on: April 20, 2005, 11:04:04 pm »
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I think this thread is really great. 

Flummoxed - Wow!!  I was actually just in your situation not too long ago.  One of my best guy friends had a crush on me, and I straightened him out but good.    I hate to say it, but you have to be a little harsh.  It's good to clunk him over the head just a little bit to let him know where you stand, and what a fool he's making of himself.  Good luck!

Okay, well, 'tis my turn.  I need advice very badly.  It is about my best friend, Caitlin.  Before our Czech trip this week, we had a point where we just weren't getting along.  Fortunately, we made up before the trip.

Alas, things just COULDN'T stay good, could they?  Like the first day, she started hanging out with the WORST girls on the trip, Liza and Ashlyn.  They are also the skankiest, so I was plenty miffed.

The thing was, if I told her she was starting to act like them as the week progressed, she would think I was jealous.  It is true I had plenty of reason to be, because she'd practically blown me off like a dandelion.  But I figured when we got home, Liza & Ashlyn would ditch her more quickly than blinking, and I'd be there for her.

Still, I was becoming a little angry.  I mean, we've been best friends for almost 4 years now.  I was a little confused on the situation.  Why was she doing this to me, especially since we were barred against Ashlyn and Liza together from the beginning?  Apparently that wasn't the case anymore.

About the last couple of days, I broke down.  I couldn't believe she was getting so progressively worse.  It was disturbing, really.  Plus I really needed her because of some of the stuff going on.  But she was completely ignoring me, and there was nothing I could do.

When we were going home, we talked a lot on the airplane.  She wanted to know what my problem was, which of course made me hit the ceiling.  But I calmed down and smoothly explained to her in not complete detail but well enough what she'd been doing.  She appeared to be remorseful, and even apologized.  I was like whew!  Thank God that's over.

Surprise surprise.  We get home, and tonight she was just like she was on the trip.  Gayle, one of my best friends who didn't go on the trip with, was at church tonight, so I spent a whole lot of time catching up with her.  When she (Gayle, I mean) was about to leave, she and I were laughing about something I can't really remember, and Caitlin said, "I feel like I don't really belong here."  And I couldn't help it.  Under my breath, I muttered, "Yeah, well, that's how I felt all week."  Oh!  I knew I shouldn't have.  I especially felt this way when I realized she heard me.  She freaked out then, wanting to know just what I was doing to be making me so mad.

She wanted the truth, so I dished it to her.  She was being a snob, blowing me off, acting completely disinterested in our relationship.  So then we got into a (heated) conversation about just what was wrong with our friendship, because it's really sucking lately.  She reminded me that it was a two-way street, but I reminded HER that when one starts something, one must finish it.  She lamented that this was true, but there didn't seem to be much of an effect.  This frustrated me even more.

Finally after a long time of arguing (and really long...everyone was out of the building and our parents were sitting in their cars waiting on us) she said, "I know what's wrong with us."  At this point I was pretty pissed with her, so all I said was, "Dazzle me."  And then she got all miffed, saying she deserved for me to give her my attention.  I knew she was right, so I apologized.  But she never told me, because after a second of silence, she said, "I just can't believe I'm standing here, and we're talking like..."  And then I saw tears in her eyes and I panicked as they were falling down her cheek.  Caitlin never - and I am serious - NEVER - cries.  She was like, "I just can't believe it."

Seeing her crying made me start to cry.  I hugged her and while we were hugging, I said through tears, "I don't know what's going on."  She replied, "Me either."  So that was a definite wall of ice broken.  We went in the bathroom afterward to see how bad we looked after crying, and as she was fixing her hair, I sat on the sink and said, "To be honest, I'm scared.  Every best friend I've ever had I've lost."

Her reply was, "Maybe that's it."  I dreaded to hear this, but I asked what she meant.  "Maybe someone else needs to take that role.  Maybe we're in a season where we're not supposed to be friends."  This absolutely punched me in the stomach.  I was so hurt by this, even though she didn't mean it to be hurtful.  I mean, she was just stating a suggestion.  But I never, ever wanted to hear that. 

But then she went back out and Ashlyn was there, and came over (completely passing by me as if I didn't exist) and kissed Caitlin on the cheek and was like, "Plan for something on Saturday, okay?  Bye!"  And Caitlin was just back to her old stony self.  So (I am sorry for the length) I only have one question.

WHAT IS GOING ON HERE??????????????
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« Reply #27 on: April 21, 2005, 05:20:04 am »
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Littlehafling- Firstly poor you! *Hugs*. I've been in cases where friends fall out big style (admittedly I'm usually either dragged along or an independant adjudicator) and it is not pretty.

It's a good thing you talked to her. She knows your feelings, and you don't actually know why she has gone off with these other girls (have you asked her that?) but she's made her feelings on why your relationship is in trouble pretty clear.

I know this probably isn't what you want to hear, but having some apart time might be a good thing. I'm not saying cut your friend out of your life completely, but maybe let her hang with others for a bit, and you hang with some of your other friends. You'll still talk I assume, and probably go out socially, but take the pressure off. Very hard I know, but she might come round to thinking that she was better off with you than with the girls you describe as 'snobbish', or you'll realise that you can be independant. Speaking personally, I gave up on having a best friend years ago, and instead have a lot of very good friends instead- and it does work.

Hope you get something sorted out- I really do sympathise with you on this one.
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« Reply #28 on: April 21, 2005, 09:58:05 am »
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Buzzgirl, thanks so much.  I know you're right.  I guess it will be my latest challenge.    And no, I haven't asked her why she is hanging out with these girls.  Then again, if I do, she may think I am the overpowering, jealous best friend.  I don't even want to go down that road.  Because I'm not jealous, just confused.  Still, it may be a good thing to be seperated for a while, just not completely.  It may do us both good.

And thanks again, girl.    I owe you one. 
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Hi! I need a little bit of help. I'm not sure what to do about my situaion.
ok, well, my best friend started crushing on MY crush! and the bad part is, he likes her back. so every day I have to sit through their endless flirting!
Besides that, its that he's changed her! She's trying to be like him and its buging me! For instance, we were talking about bands (me and my BFF) and she said she hated Slipknot. So, the next day me and my BFF and the boy are talking and he says he loves Slipknot. I saidI liked Slipknot, too(which is true), and my BFF goes "omg, I love them too!" and that was such a lie!
Also, he is into these really wierd things, Like Johny The Homocidal Maniac. well, no she's being all stupid and faking being depressed.
also, she is now ditching all her old friends for her 'cool' 'new' friends! they dont evenlike her! tey are the boys friend! she trying to hang with them to look cool, which she already is! but i dunno. whatever.
but, the thing that really gets me is the stuff about ourband. me and two of my friends, one being my BFF, are in a band. We are caled Dark Wrath. The other day we told our name to te boy. and he says "Thats so stupid! and un-original". And then, later that day, my BFF e-mails me and says
"I'm sorry, but I dont like Dark Wrath anymore. I think its too... un-original! sorry"
  I am so mad! now, shes not even my friend really, shes trying to be someone she's not, and she wants to change our band name because the stupid boy said it was dumb! I dont know what to do! Should I tell my BFF that I am really mad (along with my other friend in the band)? Should I just foget about it? I really want her to stop this! And I want her to know that we're not gonna change the name just because he said it was dumb!
I really like my BFF, but this too far! I know it sounds immature, but what should I do? 
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