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lilnerd
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I can't take it anymore. This isn't even fun! All I can think about is being with him, what he's doing, and how much I like him. I know that all he wants is the sexual side of our so called "relationship" and I feel like my brain is on overload thinking about every move he makes. Why am I obsessing over this? It's just a crush! How can somebody possibly enjoy this feeling?!

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SlowCookie
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Poor lilnerd. It isn't the most enjoyable feeling but it surely is exciting, isn't it? Well I hope you get over this feeling... but who knows if you really want to get over it or not. Should I wish you good luck at getting him or is it better that I wish him to go away? Well, I hope it works out the way you want it to, what ever that may be.
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camryn
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Lilnerd - I loved the title of your topic. Oh boy, do I remember that feeling! I think what SlowCookie said made a lot of sense. I know when I found myself in this situation bigtime that I was in need of some kind of drama. Some of my friends even started refering to me as a drama queen and I let myself get really worked up about the whole crush even though I knew it wasn't a hundred percent mutual (like in your situation he was definitely sexually attracted to me though).

Do you really want to get over this now? I promise you will get over it when you're ready. In the meantime try not sink too far into this feeling. It's been my experience that the deeper you let yourself get into this emotionally the harder it is to pull yourself out of it.


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towel42
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Yeah, its been my experience that in situations like these, yer s**t out of luck. You basically have to sit through it, and hope that it either evolves into a real relationship, or that the feelings just go away. With me, its always the latter that happens, because my crushes are never mutual. Guys don't like me. *le sigh*

I wish I could offer you some real advice, just like I wish someone could offer *me* advice at times like these, but the truth is there isn't much to be said. You just have to keep going through the motions. There isn't anything that can be done. Sorry.

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