He's always been my go-to for getting drinks after work, or venting about my bad day, or filling in as my plus-one if I happen to be single and need a date to an event. Many girlfriends have asked why I haven't "gone there," and the simplest and most honest answer is I just don't look at George that way. A few months ago, George started seeing someone and now everything has changed.She apparently was a little weirded out about how close we are and let him know she'd prefer we not spend as much time together.Writing about how you feel could be a useful outlet, remembering these very strong feelings may subside as you get used to the situation.
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I am 29 years old and naturally quite a positive and upbeat person, with close family, good friends and a rewarding career in Media Relations, so this pessimism about love is not my usual style.
My first relationship lasting 2 and half years was great and we were both deeply in love, but it ended suddenly (initiated by him) after a series of arguments after we moved home after university because of the 100 mile distance and his depression.
My parents are traditional Indians and would like me to settle down soon – they are good in that there is no overt pressure but they do have high expectations and would love for me to meet someone and be happy.
I’m sure there is a fear of abandonment and being hurt involved here alongside high expectations.