Do you really like your crush?

 

 

Year, new existence! That’s the good thing about living you’re given an opportunity to redeem yourself making everything better after nearly anything, including divorce. Go!

However again, let’s say you aren’t really prepared to make things better (relationship-smart) after your divorce at this time? Your buddies keep egging you to definitely place yourself available and begin dressing second-skin dresses that can make Kim Kardashian blush. Your mother, father, your brothers and sisters, kids as well as your cousin from Ohio who doesn’t worry about others but herself said that you’re so ready.

Are you currently really? If you want encouragement from others to begin dating again, you’re most most likely not. Listed here are a couple of more terrible reasons to begin dating again publish-divorce:
“Love is a word that is overused these days, due to other lesser feelings often being mistaken for it. Infatuation, admiration, and attraction can pose as love, and can sometimes overwhelm us and fool us into thinking that we have found the real thing when we haven’t. Those other feelings may be pleasant for a time, but they are not real love. Real love is rare. It’s something that, quite honestly, I believe very few people ever truly experience.”
Marian Vere, Once Upon A Second Chance

“For so long, it was just my secret. It burned inside me, and I felt like I was carrying something important, something that made me who I was and made me different from everybody else. I took it with me everywhere, and there was never a moment when I wasn’t aware of it. It was like I was totally awake, like I could feel every nerve ending in my body. Sometimes my skin would almost hurt from the force of it, that’s how strong it was. Like my whole body was buzzing or something. I felt almost, I don’t know, noble, like a medieval knight or something, carrying this secret love around with me.”
Carolyn Parkhurst, Lost and Found

“I feel all agitated, like one of those snow globes you see resting peacefully on shop counters. I was perfectly happy being an ordinary, dull little Swiss village. But now Jack Harper’s come and shaken me up, and there are snowflakes all over the place, whirling around until I don’t know what I think anymore. And bits of glitter, too. Tiny bits of shiny, secret excitement.”
Sophie Kinsella, Can You Keep a Secret?

“How do you make yourself not like someone?”
Louise Rennison, Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging

“I had the most beautiful dream, and then I fell asleep in your arms and my dream turned lovelier still.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Smile Anyway: Quotes, Verse, and Grumblings for Every Day of the Year

“I especially love the way he moves, like a young god who takes his time walking because he wants mere mortals like me to bask in his perfection.”
Marian Tee, Drawn: His Secret Toy

“When he smiles at me, I feel like I’m sitting under a heat lamp. I live for the times when his fingers brush my leg at lunch, or when we pass in the hallways and he raises his eyebrows at me, like we have a secret. I should feel bad–and I do, most of the time–but how can I stop thinking about him when seeing his face makes me feel so alive?”
Melissa C. Walker, Unbreak My Heart

“Strange that grief should now almost choke me, because another human being’s eye has failed to greet mine.”
Charlotte Brontë, Shirley

“We stand in silence for another moment and I realize how lucky I am to have someone I can be myself around in all my melancholy glory.”
Marisa Calin, Between You & Me

“Now Hadley presses her forehead against the window of the taxi and once again finds herself smiling at the thought of him. He’s like a song she can’t get out of her head. Hard as she tries, the melody of their meeting runs through her mind on an endless loop, each time as surprisingly sweet as the last, like a lullaby, like a hymn, and she doesn’t think she could ever get tired of hearing it.”
Jennifer E. Smith, The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

“We always have something running in the back of our thoughts. What’s running behind yours?”
Jennifer L. Armentrout, Cursed

“Why is it so embarrassing to admit you like someone? It should be a compliment to them, and even if they don’t like you back, they should at least commend you on your refined taste.”
Dalya Moon, Smart Mouth Waitress


“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Do you think you like this guy?

    • Yes! I really do.
    • Well no. But this guy is really cool.
    • I don’t know.
    • I don’t think so! I don’t even know what am I doing here?
  • Question of

    How often do you think about him?

    • I rarely think of him.
    • Quite often.
    • Only when I see him.
    • Just a few times during the day.
  • Question of

    When you see him, how do you act/feel?

    • I just look at him and smile, and he smiles back 🙂 Or I go up and talk to him/he comes up and talks to me.
    • I turn away/or blush!
    • I stare at him the whole time, but he never looks at me.
    • My heart beats so much and I get funny happy feelings.
    • I don’t really feel anything, I act casual.
  • Question of

    Have you both made eye contact?

    • Yeah, we do it all the time, when we talk to each other.
    • We’ve never made eye contact. 🙁
    • Yes! And we stared into each others eyes for what seemed like forever!
    • We’ve only made eye contact a couple of times…
    • What?
  • Question of

    When you walk past/near each other, what do you do?

    • We smile and say hi.
    • We both look at each other, that’s it.
    • I never really see him.
    • Usually we talk for a bit.
    • I sometimes see him, but I only look at him for like a second.
  • Question of

    When you are walking by, do you sometimes look for him?

    • Sometimes…
    • Yes, I do that basically all the time, I always wanna see him.
    • Uhh… No.
  • Question of

    Do you dream about being with him in the future?

    • No, not really.
    • Yeah, we go out and have tones of fun together. 🙂
    • Yeah, he asks me out. 🙂
    • Yep, we have kids and everything or we get married.
    • Umm… sometimes, but we only talk and stuff.
  • Question of

    If you could only see him once a month, how would you feel?

    • OMG! I’d panic, well I’d be really sad.
    • Oh well, if it happens, it happens.
    • I usually see him less than that, so, yeah I would!
    • Well, that’s how often I see him now, so…
    • What? Am I supposed to feel something?
  • Question of

    When you see him talking to other girls you feel:

    • Bit angry, but you don’t really care that much.
    • You feel like your heart is being broken.
    • He is allowed to talk to girls. Why should I care?
    • You wanna whack the face off that bitch!
    • Com’on. Why would I care?
  • Question of

    Do you wanna smile at him but can’t?

    • No, I don’t want him to see me smile at him!
    • I smile at him all the time, I love it!
    • I wanna, but every time we make eye contact I get nervous and can’t.
    • No Way! What does that even mean?
    • No, man. I don’t think that way.
  • Question of

    Do you wish you could just walk up to him and give him a hug?

    • What!?
    • Yeah, definitely!
    • Yes!… I mean that would be cute.
  • Question of

    How long have you known this person?

    • We only just met
    • Long enough to know him/she
    • Couple of years
    • We have grown up together
  • Question of

    How often do you think about this person?

    • When I am away from him
    • All the time
    • Not at all
    • Not that much only when I’m bored
  • Question of

    Why do you like this person?

    • I don’t know why
    • Their good looks
    • Everything about them
    • Their personality and they make me laugh
  • Question of

    When you have a dream about them is it

    • Bad
    • Alright
    • Good

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