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StarlitCAT
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Everytime i know a guy likes me .. i always hide away and try to ignore him. Like this recent case, its the same all the TIME. and for some reason when im around boys i dont get as much fun as when im around my girl- friends.. i always feel this amount of pressure. And it comes out of no where! and i cant help it and dont know why its happeneing. And sometimes im also agressive with them for no particular reason. and just act dull and totaly different! anyone have same problem? it is normal? why am i acting like this?
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Bobolink
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You didn't state your age but, if you're in early adolescence, it's probably normal. Young men and women can find each other very mysterious and difficult to understand. They can also have a difficult time coping with their feelings. There is no rush here. Let your feelings develop at thier own pace.

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The most exciting phrase in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not "Eureka!" ("I found it!") but rather "Hmmm... that's funny...."

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StarlitCAT
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im 16.. yes but i noticed this b/c the rest of my freinds are fine and i never met anyone like that.. and it just makes me think im wierd.
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Bobolink
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I was very girl-shy until I went to college. People develop at their own individual speed. In many ways, I still am girl-shy though I've been living with the same woman for 22 years.

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The most exciting phrase in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not "Eureka!" ("I found it!") but rather "Hmmm... that's funny...."

- Isaac Asimov

[This message has been edited by Bobolink (edited 05-12-2001).]


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golden101
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It's totally normal to be shy when it comes to the opposite sex. Bobolink is right b/c people do develop their own speed. Don't worry about it hun , you're normal.
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