What do I do now I still like him but now I like this guy from church.
I remember several years ago, being about 20 years old, and I was out with a group of girlfriends. At least not compared to the number of men who were interested in my friends. The men seemed interested in my girlfriends, but not me. Not that I was trying to actually figure it out; I was too busy feeling sorry for myself. He pulled his head right back and stepped away from me, taking one step back, literally. I remember walking away from that club where I was at, and weeks later, started to tell myself the boring story about how men don’t want to be in a relationship with me because they were intimidated by me. The reality is that attraction occurs when there is polarity.
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I’m pretty sure if Dante was still around, he’d add a new circle just to include all the awkwardness we face day to day when it comes to the opposite sex.
We’ve all been there: we get our flirt on and we think we’ve got a thing going until a switch somewhere flips and we’ve either been friend-zoned or we never hear from the dude again. It’s especially terrible once you realize boy troubles that start in middle school never really go away- even when you’re 26 and mature and ready to find the one. So, I got to thinking about things we do that might be the reason these guys seem to just disappear.