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#86 - what was she doing then?  [+] (1 new reply) 07/20/2014 on Forgetting to turn off cam. +1
User avatar #242 - skulldan (07/20/2014) [-]
her hands are down, just bouncing her knees, like people on the computer often do
#51 - Damn you a retarded 07/19/2014 on [Drinks Tea Internally] -1
#4 - Yeah sasori could of and would of destroyed both of them. He w… 07/18/2014 on Tobi not so happy +3
#144400 - Also thanks to all that replied. It helped me just think about… 07/14/2014 on Advice - love advice,... +1
#144399 - Thank you guys. Ive thought of so many different scenarios of …  [+] (2 new replies) 07/14/2014 on Advice - love advice,... +1
#144429 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
Take the time you need, at some point you will eventually feel the need to say it. If the moment is right, 'just' do it. A simple trick that helped me in the past is something that i learned from a Tv show Lost to be exact Whenever your afraid of doing something, close you're eyes and count to 5. While doing this, think of all the things that could go wrong, think of all the possible bad outcome and let the fear overflow you. And when you hit the 5, just do it no matter what, no chicken out nothing, you do it. It really sounds stupid but it helped me a lot in the past.
User avatar #144427 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/14/2014) [-]
Take you're time, don't rush you'reself.
This isn't something that needs to happen today.

Eventually though, you will come to the point where you feel like taking that risk. Then, the first open moment alone with her, and if the conversation is getting deep, then just spill it out.

It's hard coming up with the courage, but sometimes you just have to do it. Regardless of the outcome. And when that time comes, and you feel you'reself nagging you down about saying it, just let it all spill out.
#144347 - So this is almost a typical friendzone story but even if no on…  [+] (13 new replies) 07/14/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#144354 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
Well you can't stay in this situation, it's unhealthy. You already realized you're options so that's a starting point. Cutting all contact won't do it. You will regret this a lot cause you can't be certain that you didn't have any chance. You should definitly tell her about you're feelings. Maybe she will give you another chance? And if she doesn't, cut all contact. That sounds harsh and I know you don't really want to do it cause well, it's like the opposite of what you want right? But that's the only way. It will probably take you a lot of courage to tell her but it's the only way to get out of this situation without having regrets. Good luck man.
User avatar #144353 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/14/2014) [-]
If you want to break from that friend zone, then stay at it with being her friend and tell her you're feelings.

Otherwise, don't dedicate too much time to her. Allow you'reself some free space. Go and get social, meet some other girls, and move on.
Having her as a friend is a good thing, but keeping those feels is not. If you don't tell her, then your better off moving on. That doesn't mean you have to drop contact, but it does mean you would drop some contact. Not all, but some. (IE, not texting every single day.)
#144355 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
From my experience, feelings like that don't just go away. Especially when he's having them for so long already. I tried what you said in the past and it didn't work for me. Obviously doesn't mean that it can't work for him, just adding my perspective here.
#144369 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/14/2014) [-]
your completely right.
It's hard, though.

Each person seeking for advice is in their own 'battle.'
I try to help by explaining which 'weapons' would be best for each 'battle.'
It's up to them on how they use it. And even then, sometimes the outcome is not what was expected.

That's all advice really is. Arming and preparing the warrior for battle.
I'm unable to fight another man's battle, but I sure as hell can help guide them for which 'weapon' to choose. And if I personally haven't been in a 'battle' like theirs, then I try to make the best judgement possible for which 'weapon' would be best. I'm human, and I know that I can be wrong, and this is why I'd love users giving feedback/ updates on advice given. To know where it went wrong and to improve upon it.

In this scenario, there's a few total possibilities that can come from this. You, Thatadmin, and I know this.
He can either drop all contact, or continue talking with her. In both situations he can either tell her his feelings, or not.
From what I've seen, if he kept talking with her and continuously stated his feelings for her (in an appropriate manner in appropriate situations), it's entirely possible he can get her back. I've seen it happen with my best friend. He hung in Limbo, staying in the friend-zone for two years, before the girl decided to accept his feelings, admitted her own, and went along with him to pursue a relationship.
But that has a small chance of happening. In this scenario, he would honestly be better off just moving on. Even then, moving on can take a while. The only choice with instant gratification would be to continue on as if there's nothing wrong. Everything else has a direct impact on the future, and/ or will take lots of time to do. If he continued being her best friend and told her about his feelings, it would affect their friendship; Whether it goes well or not is based upon her true feelings for him.
#144399 - Dublin (07/14/2014) [-]
Thank you guys. Ive thought of so many different scenarios of how the different options could turn out and its true that ill never know unless I try something. I guess the biggest part for me is the courage to do so. I mean I care for her so much that I guess (as of right now) that I would rather still have her in my life than take the chance and risk losing her. Love is intense bodyloveing stupid -_-
#144429 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
Take the time you need, at some point you will eventually feel the need to say it. If the moment is right, 'just' do it. A simple trick that helped me in the past is something that i learned from a Tv show Lost to be exact Whenever your afraid of doing something, close you're eyes and count to 5. While doing this, think of all the things that could go wrong, think of all the possible bad outcome and let the fear overflow you. And when you hit the 5, just do it no matter what, no chicken out nothing, you do it. It really sounds stupid but it helped me a lot in the past.
User avatar #144427 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/14/2014) [-]
Take you're time, don't rush you'reself.
This isn't something that needs to happen today.

Eventually though, you will come to the point where you feel like taking that risk. Then, the first open moment alone with her, and if the conversation is getting deep, then just spill it out.

It's hard coming up with the courage, but sometimes you just have to do it. Regardless of the outcome. And when that time comes, and you feel you'reself nagging you down about saying it, just let it all spill out.
#144372 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
Exactly my thoughts when giving advice. We 3 should make an advice club or something.

Well I have seen that happening as well, a friend of mine was after a girl for like 3 years while being friends. One day they suddenly were together, stuff happens i suppose. But that's a really unlikely thing to happen and it's really a huge torture to go through it. I personally wouldn't try it again cause I have never felt so digestive end productty in my life, but as you said, it's not our fight, it's his. We provide options, he chooses. I am okay with this.
User avatar #144373 - thatnigger (07/14/2014) [-]
I'm in some advice club now?

Also, if a girl realizes she'll probably only get hurt by other guys and notices her best guy friend is treating her right, she might fall for him that way and it becomes something. It's not that common to happen though, mostly because the heart usually doesn't listen to the mind, ya know?
#144374 - minutes (07/14/2014) [-]
Yea it can happen but it's very rare as you said. It's sadly more a movie thing I guess.
User avatar #144370 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/14/2014) [-]
Appending:

She should be mature enough to admit her own feelings for him. If she has feelings for him.

In the off chance she does not have feelings for him, then it would be best for him to move on. Keeping contact or not is up to him. Although, girls hate it when your still best-friends with you're ex. Guys do, too. Staying best-friends when he moves on wouldn't entirely be best. It'd be better for him to "demote" her to a friend By not devoting a lot of time to her , give himself some space, and continue on with his life.
User avatar #144352 - thatnigger (07/14/2014) [-]
The problem is, if you give her attention equal to that of a boyfriend, but you're just friends, then how much more could you offer if you were dating, ya know? Unless you're going to try and take advantage when she's feeling down after a break up or something, it's not likely that she'll just suddenly go back to you, ya know? If it hurts to know that you'll never be together and moving on would involve cutting ties with her, then you'd have to do that. I'd say if you're still going to be friends with her, you'll need to at least create some distance, and treat her like a friend, not a girlfriend.
#144400 - Dublin (07/14/2014) [-]
Also thanks to all that replied. It helped me just think about it more. Fj <3
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#4155 - Dublin (07/02/2014) [-]
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