Susan happened to live just across the street from us at the new place and we also attended the same school. It was inevitable that we became playmates. I had no siblings so it was always school, home, lunch, homework then playtime with Susan.Fast forward 4 years and the feelings came at me from nowhere. One day we were friends the next I was practically dreaming about her and always wanted to be around her. However, I could not explain how I felt for fear of being teased or called mushy. I had a feeling she liked me too but I was too scared to speak up. More years went by and it was time for college.The day Susan left was so painful for me but it would only get worse as I was in for a bad surprise. During the summer break, Susan came home but she was not alone. She brought along her new boyfriend Dave. I was devastated. Watch video in link below
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Dave stayed for lunch and dinner that day but the minute he left I walked up to Susan’s house, rang the bell and blurted out to her to the amusement of her mum and kid brother that I had been in love with her for many years now. Guess what?She asked me “What took you so long?” We have been married for over 15 years now.”You have these feelings inside but you can’t seem to get them out because every time you see her your knees get weak and you are unable to put a full sentence together. You feel like you are dying inside every time she walks past you without so much as a glance. Don’t worry you are not alone.So how do you get the confidence to speak up Be yourself: Please guys this cannot be over emphasized and has got to be the Golden Rule of male/female relationships. Trying to sound, walk or speak like someone you are not makes you look juvenile and annoying. That would certainly not win you any favors from the ladies/girls. Am not saying if you have some poor personality traits you shouldn’t try to change.