#703: Same Song, Different Day: “Someone told me they don’t want to be with me. How can I change their mind?”

You know, I sympathize. You like someone, good stuff happens, you get your hopes up, and then suddenly it’s gone. That hurts. You’re allowed to be hurt.
At the same time? Sometimes hurtful things happen, and all you can do is get on with your life. You’ll recover from that loss. You can learn from the experience.
While I have occasionally responded to breakups in ways that I’m not entirely proud of, I can say with confidence that I have never tried to convince someone they were wrong to dump me.



I am a 22 year old male and my crush is a 19 year old. We met by chance a few months back.
The first time we had a proper conversation she said that she didn’t want a boyfriend.
So, I eased on the flirting completely. After a couple of meet ups I started receiving signals from her. It may have been my wishful thinking.
I take her out for a movie, one thing led to another and we kissed.
When I dropped her home that night, she said she doesn’t feel the same way. So, I let it go.
The following day I receive a text saying that she didn’t want us to continue being friends anymore because she feels awkward and she can’t deal with it.
I have strong feelings for her. More than anything I don’t want to lose her.
Kindly Help!


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