Nope nopey no...learned that lesson some time ago.
No that is pathetic
I did. It didn't work.
It's situational. I always did my best to stay friends if feelings weren't reciprocated. Relentlessly pursuing a girl isn't wise because it could quickly make her uncomfortable, leading to more distance. By staying friends I made it easier to stay noticed by her, if she changed her mind.
Actually, in my case, it worked in reverse. A girl who thought I was 'the one' stayed friends because I wasn't interested; I later chased after her and we got married. Funny, how that worked.
Hm. Some guys aren't good at backing off -- it's hard to just let feelings go.
There's no harm in distancing yourself temporarily -- so he can get his mind and feelings straightened out and able to be 'just friends'.
If he asks why, you just need to be honest: Being friends is okay, but he's making you uncomfortable.
Yikes. Something like that happened to me, once. I had to be blunt.
He's not respecting your space or your friendship.
That much clinginess is only appropriate for 'best friends' or GF/BF.
Friendships don't grow by demanding attention.
He might think he's being nice, but he's almost being a stalker.
It might be a little awkward to tell him. :/
I don't know if she's the one but I'm pretty sure I'm in love with her. And she told me she had a couple of classes with her crush so no I don't want to ask her out if she likes someone else.
if she doesn't feel the same way, she's not the one.
not really no