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August 8, 2001
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pia
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hi

i just wondered if anyone could make any sense of this. I dated a friend who pursued me in a romantic way. Last week told me I was too serious. we have friends in common and its awkward because he acts like I am not around when we see each other. any advice. Feel sad about this as we were good friends before.

August 8, 2001
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Speak directly to this person about what you've observed the past few days. Tell him that you're uncomfortable with his behavior toward you and want you both to be happy company.

August 8, 2001
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Ditto to listen...don't suffer in silence.

The relationship will never be the same as before but it can certainly be improved.

Just be honest and non confrontational

August 8, 2001
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August 9, 2001
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If someone seems less interested in seeing you ,describe your perceptions and ask how the circumstances have changed.If your friend admits to new interest, friends, or other priorities, you must accomodate yourself to their feeling, painful though that may be. Offer to call less often. A mature person realizes people are free,friedships change,perple sometimes grow apart,and even the best relationships sometimes need distance.This kind, understanding approach makes the change in relationship less painful for both of you,and your selfishness may even prolong the frienship or deepen it.

August 9, 2001
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Thankyou for the help I really appreciate it.

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