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Should I date a player?

I really like this guy. We flirt a lot, and all the other girls give me jealous looks when we talk. He is a major player, so I try to keep my distance. I was at a party the other night, though, and he tried to dance with me. When he got too close, if you know what I mean, I just kind of walked away. He seemed a bit offended by it. Should I just forget about him?

Once a player, always a player
First things first: Players are no good! Especially not ones who want to move things along too fast. Do yourself a favor a find a cute, nice guy who isn’t playing the field. History has a tendency to repeat itself and if this boy was a player with someone else, he is likely to be with you, too. He may be a cutie, but he’s def not worth heartache or pain.

Never let a guy make you feel uncomfortable
It may be fun knowing you’re the girl he wants, but that doesn’t mean you have to want him back. You don’t want to be with someone who is going to make you feel uncomfortable. That’s not fair to you. You shouldn’t feel bad about offending him. If anything, he was the one offending you by making advances you weren’t comfortable with.

What to do
I would definitely say to forget him. You don’t need a guy like that by your side. You’re strong, independent and beautiful! If he really likes you and wants things to work, he’ll prove it to you. Until then keep your distance. Remember: You only deserve the best!

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BY CAITLIN FARLEY ON 4/6/2011 5:19:00 PM


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