Posted by Ella (184.108.40.206) on May 15, 2003 at 11:42:49:
In Reply to: Re: :HELP! I want what I can't have, frissons + ne~ posted by Morgan (220.127.116.11) on May 15, 2003 at 08:54:21:
Thank you. :)
*Friend: she has proved herself untrustworthy before, but I love her. I didn't tell her explicitly not to tell him. It's no-one's fault - trust me, I like placing the blame - but she should've respected his situation. Idiot girl.
*The boy in q.: That's good. I just don't want him to think he's saving himself by thinking I love him and -phrrt. Idiot me.
*Being bi: Well, I'm just x-curious. I like girls a lot. I don't feel sexually attracted to boys, but I do like them, but then they're just boys, but then I don't feel like ever coming out. It's complicated. ;) But thanks. Trust me, you're not as confused as I am, lol.
*The Unreachable: I don't suppose I really said anything, except that crushes are pointless at the best of times, so having a crush on a teacher is like the most idiot thing I could get up to, especially in exam season. But thanks anyway. I hope to get over it soon, ;D.
Advice appreciated. :)
> > So what do I do?
> You know that friend that told your guy friend that you loved him? Don't confide in her anymore. She's shown that she's untrustworthy. Also, I'd be honest with this guy and tell him that you only love him as a friend. You may want to wait until he's not grieving so much before you tell him, though. Why does being bi mean you don't like guys? I thought being bisexual meant you liked both men and women. I don't know what to say about wanting the unreachable. I suppose as long as you recognize you can't get what you want, you'll be OK.
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