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Can"t get her out of my mind.... even after I was rejected. (dating, boyfriend)
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Preditor74
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Here"s a question for you, as I"m sure it"s happened to everyone at least once before. The quick rundown, I used to work with this girl, and she was very flirtatious with me. Some of us went out one night, and everyone kind of crept into their own little areas, leaving just us two. I tried to be a little more forward with her, and she gave me the, "I can"t! We work together and I"ve had troubles with that before." Ok fine, she was considering me as just a friend and nothing more.Well she"s now no longer working with me, yet we still text/chat. We still also hung out, as friends, but she started making little comments such as, "I"d totally make out with you right now." During the time, I think she was just being comfortable with me, AS A FRIEND. About a couple weeks ago, she was drinking a little at her place, and started texting me some very suggestive things (about having sleepovers with me, wearing nothing to bed, etc.), but none of which lead to anything that night. The next morning I again talked with her, telling her that I was still very much into her, and that she would need to be straight up with me about how she felt.Got the typical, "You"re such a good friend, and I know I"m very flirtatious with you. I was drinking, and there might of been some truth to that, but I"m not looking for a boyfriend right now." I replied that it was fine, and I dig at least having her as a friend. But the thing is, I just can"t seem to get past that all she wants to be is friends, and I"m holding out hope against hope that maybe something will indeed happen. We"re supposed to hang out again this weekend perhaps (which I eagerly await), and I hate that the entire time, I"m going to be sitting there hoping something more could happen between us.What have you done in these types of situations, where you just can"t get someone out of your head.