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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Dec 2nd, 2002, 08:09 PM Thread Starter
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I need some advice on fella's.

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I've just split up with my boyfriend right because our relationship was practically non-existant and he didn't even acknowledge that I was alive half the time, but anyway the lad that helped me get with my ex has been really nice to me lately, but he has a girlfriend and I don't know what to do cos I really really like him. Ok, here'e the thing, we were gonna get together once but I was too hung up on another ex boyf who I split up with in May so he just gave up on me. So what shall I do? I need some advice. I don't really wanna go down that road off being in the one in the middle or his bit on the side cos I've been down that road before and it doesn't lead to anywhere and it isn't a pleasant journey.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Dec 2nd, 2002, 08:33 PM
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First of all - good for you for kicking the non-attention giving buster to the curb..he didn't deserve you anyway..

Secondly - are you sure that you really, really like this other guy or is he strictly rebound material..if you're rebounding - it would be rude to break up his existent relationship only to hurt him..I mean it may be fun (don't get me wrong) but rude nonetheless..However, if you really think he should be yours than let him know that you are interested in a casual way and see what happens..

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Well I agree that you did well to get rid of the guy who was paying you no attention. It's something you'll have to get used to when you finally do settle down long term with somoene though

I wouldn't go down the road of a new relationship so quickly. I love being in my relationship but also enjoyed the freedom of being single a lot when I was. My advice is just to get out and about and have some fun for a while without worrying about relationships - plenty of time for that.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old Dec 2nd, 2002, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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I think I'll just see how it fazes out. If it's meant to be then it'll all come in time. But I do need to get out and have some fun. Thanks for your advice.
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