posted on Apr, 18 2013 @ 03:59 PM
Originally posted by TheBlueShiroux
Thank you for this. I decided to tell him how I feel. The response I got was so confusing that I decided I should just pretend I never had feelings
for this person and move on.
It is definitely unpleasant to be rejected. Sometimes it is hard even to reject someone if you don't want to hurt them, hence the confusing, avoiding
and odd answers. When someone doesn't reciprocate the feelings you have for them, you can just use the way they rejected you to help you get over it.
What I mean by this, is not to get back at them, but if someone doesn't like you and accept you the way you are, then that person is not a good match
for you. And you don't want to be struggling to change for them to like you, or waiting on them to change either, as this can lead to more grief. We
are all intuitive beings, and I do believe that was a message from your own subconscious, it was an experience you had to go thru in order to grow and
become stronger. Allow yourself to grieve for a bit, and then learn the positive lesson out of this negative experience... as there is always good in
bad, as well as bad in good.
edit on 18-4-2013 by Z3v3N because: grammar