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#131 - Going off what you have said she was likely giving off some si…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/21/2014 on My high school graduation... 0
User avatar #133 - manwithmanynames (10/21/2014) [-]
I also didn't want to risk being right because that same friend I talked about earlier also liked her... and I did not want to ruin our friendship over the possibility of a relationship that would have probably been driven apart by social repercussions (on either side)
User avatar #132 - manwithmanynames (10/21/2014) [-]
I guess you're right about the lack of health, but I may be am overthinking it in the opposite way... how could she have liked me? THat is what I thought, she was the main popular girl, and I was the exact opposite it just wouldn't make sense. (Plus I may be cute and nice, but I am far from handsome and desirable)
#127 - Not at all. Talking to people about his/her lives is a healthy…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/20/2014 on My high school graduation... 0
User avatar #128 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
I would say your right, except its not that they wouldn't listen... its that they would put too much into it and it would change my family's view. Right now I am fairly content, except that I am going too lose my best friend for two years.
The first one wasn't weird to me at all, it was just convincing a group to bother someone else a while, it was nice but nothing too special so I thanked her and moved on...
The second time was extremely nice, it was nearing the end of a play we were putting on about famous locals and people who played a major role in my state (we were cast as aliens, which annoyed me but I let it go pretty quickly). We were behind a chalkboard waiting for our part when a flower fell from something. Instead of putting it back where it went, she gave it to me saying something like "here, I want you to have it" but sweetly. I didn't really know what to do and didn't know how to respond because I didn't know anything about girls.... I am clueless because I didn't know whether she liked me or was just being nice.
The third thing was when I was in the middle of warm ups for a little league baseball game, her and one of her friends called to me and when I went over they did the whole "she wanted me to say hi for her," "nuh-uh you wanted me to say hi for you!" *giggle* conversation. Iwas about to pursue the issue, but my coach called for me so I just said "well, hi. Gotta go, bye." And probably had the weirdest confused look on my face because I heard both of them giggling as I left, and I felt so beta...

I don't know if she liked me, and I am just agonized by it everytime I think about it.
User avatar #131 - camzore (10/21/2014) [-]
Going off what you have said she was likely giving off some signals, but keep some things in mind.

She was just as obligated to pursue the relationship as you were, and if she really wanted to take it further she shouldn't have relied on you to make the first move. You're not a mind reader, guys generally need a straight forward answer or statement, not give some ambiguous signals which always leads to confusion. The general social stigma of the guy making the first move has caused nothing but shit flinging and it really needs to stop being a thing.

Also, you probably know this already but dwelling on stuff like this isn't healthy. It's good to remember things like this but only to learn from it. I'm sure now that you have gone through that ordeal you will have a much better idea on what to do next time a similar scenario comes along, but it's almost always bad to get wound up in something that happened ages ago, no amount of regret and dwelling will change what happened and it will only hamper your ability to change the things in the present.

Lastly, and please do not interpret this as an insult, but maybe you are overthinking it. I’m not saying that you have in this instance, but jumping to conclusions usually stacks up one after another and if you don’t take a step back and examine the situation with an unbiased viewpoint, an observer might think you’re being irrational. There are so many variables and subtleties in social situations and you could be funnelling yourself into thinking that there was only 2 black and white outcomes; that of a failure (which is what you seem to think is the outcome you experienced), and the success (the advancement of the relationship, presumably), when it is really much more complex and branching.
User avatar #133 - manwithmanynames (10/21/2014) [-]
I also didn't want to risk being right because that same friend I talked about earlier also liked her... and I did not want to ruin our friendship over the possibility of a relationship that would have probably been driven apart by social repercussions (on either side)
User avatar #132 - manwithmanynames (10/21/2014) [-]
I guess you're right about the lack of health, but I may be am overthinking it in the opposite way... how could she have liked me? THat is what I thought, she was the main popular girl, and I was the exact opposite it just wouldn't make sense. (Plus I may be cute and nice, but I am far from handsome and desirable)
#123 - That must have sucked dude, for real. I don't know why but no …  [+] (8 new replies) 10/20/2014 on My high school graduation... 0
User avatar #126 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
I'm not boring you am I? I don't usually talk about these things, and I'm sure most of FJ doesn't care about any of this, but if I'm not, I would like to share these times and get your opinion...
User avatar #127 - camzore (10/20/2014) [-]
Not at all. Talking to people about his/her lives is a healthy thing and I'll listen to what you have to say. From what has been said though I can only say that we are 2 very different people. After thinking about it for a while my outlook is either almost downright nihilistic or grossly optimistic, which is weird because they are almost polar opposites. I'm not sad at all or anything, I just don't care if shit happens in life. I've had a family member die as well but it never bothered me too much despite how close I was to him, I suppose my ability to move on and put conflict into perspective is one of my strong points. I'm guessing I can do this because whenever I felt off I could've just talked to my 2 older sisters who were like my backup mums. I'm no psychologist but I can assume that having a supportive family or someone to talk to is pretty important, and I'm not sure you have had anyone to communicate your issues with.
User avatar #128 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
I would say your right, except its not that they wouldn't listen... its that they would put too much into it and it would change my family's view. Right now I am fairly content, except that I am going too lose my best friend for two years.
The first one wasn't weird to me at all, it was just convincing a group to bother someone else a while, it was nice but nothing too special so I thanked her and moved on...
The second time was extremely nice, it was nearing the end of a play we were putting on about famous locals and people who played a major role in my state (we were cast as aliens, which annoyed me but I let it go pretty quickly). We were behind a chalkboard waiting for our part when a flower fell from something. Instead of putting it back where it went, she gave it to me saying something like "here, I want you to have it" but sweetly. I didn't really know what to do and didn't know how to respond because I didn't know anything about girls.... I am clueless because I didn't know whether she liked me or was just being nice.
The third thing was when I was in the middle of warm ups for a little league baseball game, her and one of her friends called to me and when I went over they did the whole "she wanted me to say hi for her," "nuh-uh you wanted me to say hi for you!" *giggle* conversation. Iwas about to pursue the issue, but my coach called for me so I just said "well, hi. Gotta go, bye." And probably had the weirdest confused look on my face because I heard both of them giggling as I left, and I felt so beta...

I don't know if she liked me, and I am just agonized by it everytime I think about it.
User avatar #131 - camzore (10/21/2014) [-]
Going off what you have said she was likely giving off some signals, but keep some things in mind.

She was just as obligated to pursue the relationship as you were, and if she really wanted to take it further she shouldn't have relied on you to make the first move. You're not a mind reader, guys generally need a straight forward answer or statement, not give some ambiguous signals which always leads to confusion. The general social stigma of the guy making the first move has caused nothing but shit flinging and it really needs to stop being a thing.

Also, you probably know this already but dwelling on stuff like this isn't healthy. It's good to remember things like this but only to learn from it. I'm sure now that you have gone through that ordeal you will have a much better idea on what to do next time a similar scenario comes along, but it's almost always bad to get wound up in something that happened ages ago, no amount of regret and dwelling will change what happened and it will only hamper your ability to change the things in the present.

Lastly, and please do not interpret this as an insult, but maybe you are overthinking it. I’m not saying that you have in this instance, but jumping to conclusions usually stacks up one after another and if you don’t take a step back and examine the situation with an unbiased viewpoint, an observer might think you’re being irrational. There are so many variables and subtleties in social situations and you could be funnelling yourself into thinking that there was only 2 black and white outcomes; that of a failure (which is what you seem to think is the outcome you experienced), and the success (the advancement of the relationship, presumably), when it is really much more complex and branching.
User avatar #133 - manwithmanynames (10/21/2014) [-]
I also didn't want to risk being right because that same friend I talked about earlier also liked her... and I did not want to ruin our friendship over the possibility of a relationship that would have probably been driven apart by social repercussions (on either side)
User avatar #132 - manwithmanynames (10/21/2014) [-]
I guess you're right about the lack of health, but I may be am overthinking it in the opposite way... how could she have liked me? THat is what I thought, she was the main popular girl, and I was the exact opposite it just wouldn't make sense. (Plus I may be cute and nice, but I am far from handsome and desirable)
User avatar #124 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
For me it was always just an awkwardness I guess, my hair was always messy (even if I combed or brushed) and I hated haircuts because the only place that could get it right was in a city that we rarely visited. I am the same way of quality over quantity with friends (I only had 7 real friends). However I didn't get most of them in the same school until high school... two went to a school called KCA, and the others moved from out of state. But there was two people who were friendly, one was a girl I actually liked. I mean she was pretty and nice in a horrid time for me (I had also lost my grandpa (mom's side) and grandma (dad's side) within a year.

There are three particular times that I was unsure of what she felt...
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#119 - Sure, I'll hear you out. Although I'm not too sure how the Ame…  [+] (10 new replies) 10/20/2014 on My high school graduation... 0
User avatar #122 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
Well, I'm just saying my experience... There is no real general one. The main reason is because this brings up something that nobody has known about me.

My middle grade experience sucked major ass... I ended up considering suicide. Nobody was friendly to me (My friend since pre-school was being homeschooled this one year) and they did everything to mock and freaking ridicule me. I wasn't goth in any sort of way, that idea is fucking stupid, everyone feels emotional pain... Anyway, nobody could understand, and I had no friends. Throughout the grade, I received maybe three heartening experiences... the point being that it sucked for most things and I was actually sad enough to consider suicide.

High school was almost completely different, practically everyone knew me and actually had jokes that weren't as harsh. It really made like the four years I spent there, despite it being school and a cheap as fuck one too.

College is the middle ground, all my friends are gone, one of the few that stayed will be gone for two years straight with practically no contact
User avatar #123 - camzore (10/20/2014) [-]
That must have sucked dude, for real. I don't know why but no one has ever tried to bully me. I don't know if it's my personality or what because I cant ever recall feeling awful because someone was mean to me. Or maybe people have been bullying me all along and I just haven't realised, but that kinda defeats the whole purpose of bullying.

Primary school (Ages 5-12) was pretty fun for me. I was a little shit who always got into trouble because I didn't give a shit about repercussions, probably because i thought primary school was a waste of time. I only had about 4-5 close friends but I was content because I don't give a shit about the quantity of friends I have, only if they made me happy. I was kinda bad influence because my friends always followed suite after I did shit with my best friend, but it was fun nontheless. The memories of primary school was pretty good, albeit the memories was all the trouble I got into.

Highshool (Ages 12-18) was great although the first 2-3 years were rough. In year 7 (first year of highschool) our class was so bad that we as a class had lunchtime detentions every day for the second half of the year and during that time I had a nasty fallout with my best friend(different to the one in primary school). The next two years he was trying to do shit to me but he quickly stopped after he realised I didn't care and it never got to me. Apart from that it was great, I mellowed out a lot in the last 3 years and stopped getting in trouble as much. I made a lot more friends in the last couple of years. I'm looking forward to university If I get in that is, I still need to do the rest of my exams. I did ok on the exam I just did though, so I'm optimistic but I don't have any social media to stay in touch with my friends, so that's daunting as balls.
User avatar #126 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
I'm not boring you am I? I don't usually talk about these things, and I'm sure most of FJ doesn't care about any of this, but if I'm not, I would like to share these times and get your opinion...
User avatar #127 - camzore (10/20/2014) [-]
Not at all. Talking to people about his/her lives is a healthy thing and I'll listen to what you have to say. From what has been said though I can only say that we are 2 very different people. After thinking about it for a while my outlook is either almost downright nihilistic or grossly optimistic, which is weird because they are almost polar opposites. I'm not sad at all or anything, I just don't care if shit happens in life. I've had a family member die as well but it never bothered me too much despite how close I was to him, I suppose my ability to move on and put conflict into perspective is one of my strong points. I'm guessing I can do this because whenever I felt off I could've just talked to my 2 older sisters who were like my backup mums. I'm no psychologist but I can assume that having a supportive family or someone to talk to is pretty important, and I'm not sure you have had anyone to communicate your issues with.
User avatar #128 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
I would say your right, except its not that they wouldn't listen... its that they would put too much into it and it would change my family's view. Right now I am fairly content, except that I am going too lose my best friend for two years.
The first one wasn't weird to me at all, it was just convincing a group to bother someone else a while, it was nice but nothing too special so I thanked her and moved on...
The second time was extremely nice, it was nearing the end of a play we were putting on about famous locals and people who played a major role in my state (we were cast as aliens, which annoyed me but I let it go pretty quickly). We were behind a chalkboard waiting for our part when a flower fell from something. Instead of putting it back where it went, she gave it to me saying something like "here, I want you to have it" but sweetly. I didn't really know what to do and didn't know how to respond because I didn't know anything about girls.... I am clueless because I didn't know whether she liked me or was just being nice.
The third thing was when I was in the middle of warm ups for a little league baseball game, her and one of her friends called to me and when I went over they did the whole "she wanted me to say hi for her," "nuh-uh you wanted me to say hi for you!" *giggle* conversation. Iwas about to pursue the issue, but my coach called for me so I just said "well, hi. Gotta go, bye." And probably had the weirdest confused look on my face because I heard both of them giggling as I left, and I felt so beta...

I don't know if she liked me, and I am just agonized by it everytime I think about it.
User avatar #131 - camzore (10/21/2014) [-]
Going off what you have said she was likely giving off some signals, but keep some things in mind.

She was just as obligated to pursue the relationship as you were, and if she really wanted to take it further she shouldn't have relied on you to make the first move. You're not a mind reader, guys generally need a straight forward answer or statement, not give some ambiguous signals which always leads to confusion. The general social stigma of the guy making the first move has caused nothing but shit flinging and it really needs to stop being a thing.

Also, you probably know this already but dwelling on stuff like this isn't healthy. It's good to remember things like this but only to learn from it. I'm sure now that you have gone through that ordeal you will have a much better idea on what to do next time a similar scenario comes along, but it's almost always bad to get wound up in something that happened ages ago, no amount of regret and dwelling will change what happened and it will only hamper your ability to change the things in the present.

Lastly, and please do not interpret this as an insult, but maybe you are overthinking it. I’m not saying that you have in this instance, but jumping to conclusions usually stacks up one after another and if you don’t take a step back and examine the situation with an unbiased viewpoint, an observer might think you’re being irrational. There are so many variables and subtleties in social situations and you could be funnelling yourself into thinking that there was only 2 black and white outcomes; that of a failure (which is what you seem to think is the outcome you experienced), and the success (the advancement of the relationship, presumably), when it is really much more complex and branching.
User avatar #133 - manwithmanynames (10/21/2014) [-]
I also didn't want to risk being right because that same friend I talked about earlier also liked her... and I did not want to ruin our friendship over the possibility of a relationship that would have probably been driven apart by social repercussions (on either side)
User avatar #132 - manwithmanynames (10/21/2014) [-]
I guess you're right about the lack of health, but I may be am overthinking it in the opposite way... how could she have liked me? THat is what I thought, she was the main popular girl, and I was the exact opposite it just wouldn't make sense. (Plus I may be cute and nice, but I am far from handsome and desirable)
User avatar #124 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
For me it was always just an awkwardness I guess, my hair was always messy (even if I combed or brushed) and I hated haircuts because the only place that could get it right was in a city that we rarely visited. I am the same way of quality over quantity with friends (I only had 7 real friends). However I didn't get most of them in the same school until high school... two went to a school called KCA, and the others moved from out of state. But there was two people who were friendly, one was a girl I actually liked. I mean she was pretty and nice in a horrid time for me (I had also lost my grandpa (mom's side) and grandma (dad's side) within a year.

There are three particular times that I was unsure of what she felt...
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#70 - I know no one care but hey imma say it anyway; I just finished…  [+] (12 new replies) 10/19/2014 on My high school graduation... +4
User avatar #90 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
I care...

do you mind if I talk to you about my comparison of elementary, high school, and college (even though I am only a freshmen in college) career.
User avatar #119 - camzore (10/20/2014) [-]
Sure, I'll hear you out. Although I'm not too sure how the American high school system works since I live in Australia.
User avatar #122 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
Well, I'm just saying my experience... There is no real general one. The main reason is because this brings up something that nobody has known about me.

My middle grade experience sucked major ass... I ended up considering suicide. Nobody was friendly to me (My friend since pre-school was being homeschooled this one year) and they did everything to mock and freaking ridicule me. I wasn't goth in any sort of way, that idea is fucking stupid, everyone feels emotional pain... Anyway, nobody could understand, and I had no friends. Throughout the grade, I received maybe three heartening experiences... the point being that it sucked for most things and I was actually sad enough to consider suicide.

High school was almost completely different, practically everyone knew me and actually had jokes that weren't as harsh. It really made like the four years I spent there, despite it being school and a cheap as fuck one too.

College is the middle ground, all my friends are gone, one of the few that stayed will be gone for two years straight with practically no contact
User avatar #123 - camzore (10/20/2014) [-]
That must have sucked dude, for real. I don't know why but no one has ever tried to bully me. I don't know if it's my personality or what because I cant ever recall feeling awful because someone was mean to me. Or maybe people have been bullying me all along and I just haven't realised, but that kinda defeats the whole purpose of bullying.

Primary school (Ages 5-12) was pretty fun for me. I was a little shit who always got into trouble because I didn't give a shit about repercussions, probably because i thought primary school was a waste of time. I only had about 4-5 close friends but I was content because I don't give a shit about the quantity of friends I have, only if they made me happy. I was kinda bad influence because my friends always followed suite after I did shit with my best friend, but it was fun nontheless. The memories of primary school was pretty good, albeit the memories was all the trouble I got into.

Highshool (Ages 12-18) was great although the first 2-3 years were rough. In year 7 (first year of highschool) our class was so bad that we as a class had lunchtime detentions every day for the second half of the year and during that time I had a nasty fallout with my best friend(different to the one in primary school). The next two years he was trying to do shit to me but he quickly stopped after he realised I didn't care and it never got to me. Apart from that it was great, I mellowed out a lot in the last 3 years and stopped getting in trouble as much. I made a lot more friends in the last couple of years. I'm looking forward to university If I get in that is, I still need to do the rest of my exams. I did ok on the exam I just did though, so I'm optimistic but I don't have any social media to stay in touch with my friends, so that's daunting as balls.
User avatar #126 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
I'm not boring you am I? I don't usually talk about these things, and I'm sure most of FJ doesn't care about any of this, but if I'm not, I would like to share these times and get your opinion...
User avatar #127 - camzore (10/20/2014) [-]
Not at all. Talking to people about his/her lives is a healthy thing and I'll listen to what you have to say. From what has been said though I can only say that we are 2 very different people. After thinking about it for a while my outlook is either almost downright nihilistic or grossly optimistic, which is weird because they are almost polar opposites. I'm not sad at all or anything, I just don't care if shit happens in life. I've had a family member die as well but it never bothered me too much despite how close I was to him, I suppose my ability to move on and put conflict into perspective is one of my strong points. I'm guessing I can do this because whenever I felt off I could've just talked to my 2 older sisters who were like my backup mums. I'm no psychologist but I can assume that having a supportive family or someone to talk to is pretty important, and I'm not sure you have had anyone to communicate your issues with.
User avatar #128 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
I would say your right, except its not that they wouldn't listen... its that they would put too much into it and it would change my family's view. Right now I am fairly content, except that I am going too lose my best friend for two years.
The first one wasn't weird to me at all, it was just convincing a group to bother someone else a while, it was nice but nothing too special so I thanked her and moved on...
The second time was extremely nice, it was nearing the end of a play we were putting on about famous locals and people who played a major role in my state (we were cast as aliens, which annoyed me but I let it go pretty quickly). We were behind a chalkboard waiting for our part when a flower fell from something. Instead of putting it back where it went, she gave it to me saying something like "here, I want you to have it" but sweetly. I didn't really know what to do and didn't know how to respond because I didn't know anything about girls.... I am clueless because I didn't know whether she liked me or was just being nice.
The third thing was when I was in the middle of warm ups for a little league baseball game, her and one of her friends called to me and when I went over they did the whole "she wanted me to say hi for her," "nuh-uh you wanted me to say hi for you!" *giggle* conversation. Iwas about to pursue the issue, but my coach called for me so I just said "well, hi. Gotta go, bye." And probably had the weirdest confused look on my face because I heard both of them giggling as I left, and I felt so beta...

I don't know if she liked me, and I am just agonized by it everytime I think about it.
User avatar #131 - camzore (10/21/2014) [-]
Going off what you have said she was likely giving off some signals, but keep some things in mind.

She was just as obligated to pursue the relationship as you were, and if she really wanted to take it further she shouldn't have relied on you to make the first move. You're not a mind reader, guys generally need a straight forward answer or statement, not give some ambiguous signals which always leads to confusion. The general social stigma of the guy making the first move has caused nothing but shit flinging and it really needs to stop being a thing.

Also, you probably know this already but dwelling on stuff like this isn't healthy. It's good to remember things like this but only to learn from it. I'm sure now that you have gone through that ordeal you will have a much better idea on what to do next time a similar scenario comes along, but it's almost always bad to get wound up in something that happened ages ago, no amount of regret and dwelling will change what happened and it will only hamper your ability to change the things in the present.

Lastly, and please do not interpret this as an insult, but maybe you are overthinking it. I’m not saying that you have in this instance, but jumping to conclusions usually stacks up one after another and if you don’t take a step back and examine the situation with an unbiased viewpoint, an observer might think you’re being irrational. There are so many variables and subtleties in social situations and you could be funnelling yourself into thinking that there was only 2 black and white outcomes; that of a failure (which is what you seem to think is the outcome you experienced), and the success (the advancement of the relationship, presumably), when it is really much more complex and branching.
User avatar #133 - manwithmanynames (10/21/2014) [-]
I also didn't want to risk being right because that same friend I talked about earlier also liked her... and I did not want to ruin our friendship over the possibility of a relationship that would have probably been driven apart by social repercussions (on either side)
User avatar #132 - manwithmanynames (10/21/2014) [-]
I guess you're right about the lack of health, but I may be am overthinking it in the opposite way... how could she have liked me? THat is what I thought, she was the main popular girl, and I was the exact opposite it just wouldn't make sense. (Plus I may be cute and nice, but I am far from handsome and desirable)
User avatar #124 - manwithmanynames (10/20/2014) [-]
For me it was always just an awkwardness I guess, my hair was always messy (even if I combed or brushed) and I hated haircuts because the only place that could get it right was in a city that we rarely visited. I am the same way of quality over quantity with friends (I only had 7 real friends). However I didn't get most of them in the same school until high school... two went to a school called KCA, and the others moved from out of state. But there was two people who were friendly, one was a girl I actually liked. I mean she was pretty and nice in a horrid time for me (I had also lost my grandpa (mom's side) and grandma (dad's side) within a year.

There are three particular times that I was unsure of what she felt...
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User avatar #3 - zaiopeperse (04/09/2014) [-]
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I saw one of the discussions you were having earlier and you did something I wish I was better at, you admitted your mistakes without trying to rationalise what you had done.   
   
I just wanted to commend you on being my hero, if only for today
I saw one of the discussions you were having earlier and you did something I wish I was better at, you admitted your mistakes without trying to rationalise what you had done.

I just wanted to commend you on being my hero, if only for today
#6 to #5 - camzore ONLINE (04/09/2014) [-]
I just make a habit out of assuming the person I'm arguing with is smarter and more rational than me so I'm more willing to accept what they have to say. Thanks for the praise though <3
User avatar #7 to #6 - zaiopeperse (04/09/2014) [-]
That's a good attitude, if a bit masochistic. I like it =D
User avatar #1 - elitejerkz ONLINE (11/10/2011) [-]
first!
User avatar #2 to #1 - theannoyingFJguy (07/12/2012) [-]
is this caleb
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