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Report Thread starter 3 years ago 1. Last edited by username; 2 months ago. Not what you're looking for? Report 3 years ago 2. Original post by throwawayep I had a falling out with the girl I really like a few months ago. We used to flirt a lot and were close. She knew I liked her. She found out after she got her current boyfriend and was super cool about it. It was over someone setting up a fake of her boyfriend and sending me photos of them and she blamed it on me when I told her.
She has since realized its not me and we have been on awkward terms since.
I've been told by teachers and the principal that she is concerned for my wellbeing and regrets what she said. We shuffle past each other, she seems nervous when passing me but sometimes looks at me smiling. She looks away shyly if I catch and has a poker face if eye contact is made. When we talk, its one sided and awkward but polite.
I said well done about an art award she won and she said Writing a girl a letter you sincerely. Another time was normal and then a third time was really awkward. I didn't want to lose her as a friend and so I never told her how I felt before she found out. Now that I have, I really miss her and I need to say something. How should I phrase the letter? Should I add nice memories or some self-deprecating humor? The letter will mainly be about me wanting her to be happy, it is her choice whether I will be in her life or not but it will lay out what I want.
So, bad idea? Arctic Kitten Badges: Report 3 years ago 3. I think it will work out Just write the letter the way you often talk. Make her feel your sincerity. Good luck. Zarek Badges: Report 3 years ago 4. Tend to agree that this type of letter does not work and could well make things more awkward. Better to try to clear the air face to face or perhaps just refocus your efforts elsewhere and let the dust settle. Report Thread starter 3 years ago Writing a girl a letter.
Not a good idea.
Sappy in a creepy way. Why not talk to her in person? Or send her a message? Report Thread starter 3 years ago 6. Original post by Arctic Kitten I think it will work out Just write the letter the way you often talk. Report Thread starter 3 years ago 7. Original post by Zarek Tend to agree that this type of letter does not work and could well make things more awkward. Report 3 years ago 8. Original post by throwawayep Nothing I wouldn't say is going in the letter, have it drafted as a guideline Writing a girl a letter to what I want to say too.
Napp Badges: Report 3 years ago 9. Welcome to the 21st century - here we have phones, and the interweb. Report Thread starter 3 years ago Original post by Napp Welcome to the 21st century - here we have phones, and the interweb.
Original post by Zarek The trouble with the letter is that Writing a girl a letter well as being quite intense as you describe it, is that it is one way communication. Perhaps it will do the trick but my own experience with letters is not good. Do let us know if it helps and good luck. Report 3 years ago Next time you see her, just ask her if she'd still like to remain friends.
You don't need to text her anything. You also have to mean it, I get the impression that this girl is unlikely to ever be romantically interested in you. Nerry Badges: Quick Reply. Submit reply. Attached files. Write a reply Back to top. Related discussions. Related articles. The secret of body language: how to tell if someone fancies you First-time sex: a beginner's guide How to cope with a break up Nine tips for making your long-distance relationship work.
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