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Ste-Funnie
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Hi. About my last post about that girl I am going to hang out with, well, let's say that when we messaged, her exact words were "I would like the chance to date you and get to know you more", well then when I said yes and asked if we could get together, she said yes and then told me how happy i made her. Well, I was so happy that I was tearing, then the next day I got sick and I had an anxiety that I was and am worried that either it was a 1 night phase and doesn't feel that way anymore, or when she said what she said to me, I was taking her for granted. She did say date so if it was one of them it would be that it was a phase and got over it. I need some serious help.

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~Stephanie Gabriella Murray
I'm very gay for being a lesbian, and not gay to be what I'm not

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Pumpkin_Pie
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Hi SteFunnie,

It can be a really anxious time when you're getting to know someone but it sounds like this situation is going very well.

Can you link in with any of your counsellors or supports about your anxiety?

I honestly would recommend just taking this nice and slowly and just seeing how it goes.

Rebecca

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Ste-Funnie
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I talked to my mom about it. She said that if I was taking her for granted and it wasn't really a date she would give me a heads up. She would've said "Um, honey, I think ure over reacting." But she didn't. Right now we're just potential girlfriends.

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~Stephanie Gabriella Murray
I'm very gay for being a lesbian, and not gay to be what I'm not

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