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My crush asked out another girl... right in front of me!


 
I really like this eighth-grade guy and, for a while, I thought he liked me back. I asked him out, but he said he doesn’t go out with seventh-graders. Two days later, he asked out a popular seventh-grade girl—right in front of me! I can’t quit liking him, and I feel really bad.
 

Dear Helpless,

He asked a girl out while you were standing there? That’s obnoxious! What an immature jer… Oops. Dear Carol should not indulge in name-calling! Clearly, he is not Mr. Wonderful. He is insensitive to your feelings, which shows he would not have been the world’s most caring boyfriend. There are billions of other guys out there, so don’t let this unworthy one influence your moods. You’re hurting, but this wound will heal—especially if you stay busy with real friends.
 

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