I love You...Hum Thank you, that's nice...
December 16, 2008 4:32pm CST
have you ever been, faced to these kind of situations. someone that you know, a friend maybe, who declared his love to you. and you don't really know how to reply to that, so you are embarased.because you just don't wanna hurt that person...in the same time, you don't wanna give him/her the hope that maybe it would work between you and him/her. it's really annoying. anyway the person in question will get chucked. how about you? how can you react to this?
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17 Dec 08
I experienced having heard the word "I love you" from a friend. I do not have the same feelings with him and it makes me feel sorry for him.Although, I already told him that I have a boyfriend, it seems that he not cared. He still insist his feelings. I don't know what to do just for him to stop courting. He is a friend of mine and I don't want to hurt him.Moreover, it is not my intention to humiliate him also. He gave me flowers last time and told me again that he loves me. I smiled and rejected the flowers. But he still insist for me to accept it. After a long silence, I finally accept the flowers. But I told him that it will be the last time I will accept flowers from him.He is serious. And from my words, I can feel how sad he was. But what can I do? I cannot pretend that I like the flowers he gave me as a sign of his love. I not want him to have hope that his love for me will be reciprocated. I told him honestly how sorry I am. I told him that I very much love my boyfriend. And even if how many times he will come to me and propose, I will still not accept him because my heart is only for my boyfriend. I know I had hurt him. But I think, being honest with him is good rather than giving him a chance to hope on something which I think is impossible to happen.
16 Dec 08
It can be embarrassing or even humiliating for the person to be rejected but it is part of life and what we do. I would be flattered if someone did this. There are many ways of saying things and we can be sensitive about the other person's feelings in many ways too. Cheers!!
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16 Dec 08
My ex-boyfriend still loves me and he tells me this every time I talk to him (which is not often). I care about him and love him just like I would love a friend, but I don't love him the way that he wants. He tells me this and I'm just like...umm ok. I have a boyfriend. I can't tell my ex that I love him and give him false hope.