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Hey Emily241997, mhmm I'm not sure which move would be right. On the one hand you two aren't close anymore so it would be okay to go after him. On the other, they sound like they're really close to each other, so they could still be interested in one another and working towards a romantic relationship. Try subtly flirting with him and see where it ges. If he's reacting and flirting back then pursue him. If not I would let him go. Hope this helps! Xoxo
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I was super super good friends with a girl let's call her Anna in elementary but for middle school i switched schools and she liked a guy, Sam, in grade 7. We're in highschool together now. I'm not sure if she still has feelings for Sam and i'm not close enough friends with her to ask her. I really like Sam though. He seem super nice.I don't want to hurt her feelings, if she does still like him. Would it be okay to flirt with Sam? And if you think so how could I get to know him without looking desperate for him? (btw Sam and Anna hang out all the time and are pretty good friends now ) Thanks <3 Lynae P.
by Emily241997 on 1/18/2012 3:24:27 PM
Hey purplefanastic1169, create an eating scheldue for yourself. Set times for your morning, lunch and dinner meals. Also insert times for snacks, this way you'll keep yourself on track. Hope this helps! Xoxo
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My eating schedule has gotten really out of hand lately. I would survive on a diet of chewing gum and "zero" soda for two days, and then completely pig out on the third. How do I stop? Lynae P.
by purplefantastic1169 on 1/18/2012 8:15:05 AM
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