Why can't I stop flirting with my friend? How do I stop?
You say flirting with your friend. What is flirting to you? I see flirting as simple as just having a fun intercourse that flatters the other person, making them your focus of attention, a little wink, a smile, and can be quite innocent. It can also go courageously into a teasing, sexually implying action or talk. Looking at someone in a seductive way, posing or moving in a suggestive way, little hints of sexual interest. If your friend and you are just hitting it off fantastically and no one is misleading the other and both are behaving appropriately I wouldn’t worry much. Act like a lady or gentleman and it won’t likely do any harm. Not unless there is a gf or bf in the picture, then maybe cool it.
How do I make my friends stop flirting with me without being rude? I told them I have a boyfriend but that doesn't stop them.
“I have a boyfriend” is not the right answer here.Not because Im saying this, because its obviously not working, and to be honest with you, Im glad its not working, because now there is a chance that you learn a very valuable lesson:Respect.Your “friends” don’r respect you and shouldn’t because there is a male figure next to you as your significant other, if your friends doesn’t, don’t even dream about getting respect from people outside your friend circle.You are not to be respected because there is a male with you, what will happens then when you are single? are you obligated to receive all unsolicited flirting just because?No.Doesn’t matter if you have a boyfriend or if you are single, unsolicited, unwelcome flirting is not to be tolerated, is your right, demand it girl!So ask them to stop, straight face, very serious. Is your right! not because you have a boyfriend, because you don’t want that flirting, you don’t like it and if they are not willing to stop, its because they don’t respect you, move away from those people and find better, more respectful friends, probably more mentally mature.Respect is not your right, you have to earn that respect, allowing them to continue that unsolicited flirt (which is a harassment now that you have demonstrated to them that you are not confortable with it) is to give away your respect.Please, don’t rely on a boyfriend, or any male figure to be respected by other males, rely on yourself, you have your rights, human rights and if they don’t understand that, they don’t deserve your friendship.Your value is not defined by any other male, it is defined by you.
My guy friend won't stop flirting with me? *Short*?
I get the feeling that you DO like him. You want to like him,but you can't. But it doesn't always have to be about your friends. Once in a while it can be about you. Did your friend know you like him? Because if she started liking him when he KNEW you liked him, then she should be the one taking one for the team This is just my opinion.
Should I stop trying to get my girlfriend to flirt with me?
Some women are not comfortable with flirting because of so many reasons like lack of confidence, thinking they might sound stupid or simply because they are not used to talking that way. I myself was a serious teenager who despised flirts. I just couldn't stand listening to flirtatious comments, leave alone coming up with something myself! But I ended up with the biggest flirt I've come across in my life. I don't reciprocate the same way but he is sensible enough to know that I have different ways of expressing myself.Try keeping the flirting one-sided. Ask her yes or no questions when you are flirting. She'll get more comfortable over time. Don't ever tell her that you think she doesn't flirt with you! That'll just increase her inhibition! She'll end up thinking that she's not putting enough effort and that can be depressing if she knows about your past with other girls. Give her time! Every girl has a flirtatious side. ;-)Go out for drinks with her when you do meet her. Alcohol works like magic!
GF flirting with my friends when she's drunk. What can It mean?
Okay so my gf and I been going out for almost four years now. She would drink with me on and off. When we go to parties and drink, I like to walk around and mingle with some of my other friends I don't usually see(guys) cuz if i talked to girls she would flip. But I've always noticed that she flirts with some of my friends. She's either poking them and smiling at them, asking if their okay. One time she let my friend hold her, and she lets her body rub on them? Im like wtf, I dont do the things she does. And when shes sober and I confront her about it, she pretends that she never done that. I know she's bsing because she doesnt drink much and its happend 3 times already. I feel like just ending it because her attitude is like every other girl at parties, I want to find a girl who is different.n Advice please? Does this mean that she has something for them, you know the saying when your drunk the real you comes out so whats up?
Friend flirting with my girlfriend?
okay, my friend just came out of a relationship and when he does, he always flirts with every girl. He stole my girlfriends number of his ex's phone and is constantly texting her and trying to flirt with her. I am the jealous type and he knows this, but he still does it. I've talked to him about what he's doing but he wont stop. Ive also talked to my girlfriend and she says she's not flirting back and he wont stop texting her.. they are friends but im scared that my friend wants to be more than that because of his new flirting.. how can i get him to stop?
Is my girlfriend's friend flirting with me?
She's really good friends with my girlfriend which is the only reason I talk to her. She gave me her number to text and I asked my gf if that's okay. She said yeah. This girl told me to call her because she wnted to hear my voice and then we hung up. it was quick 1 minute. She said I had a really really really hot voice. Then she's like say this and that "I'm so amazing and I'm better than (my girlfriend's name)" im like im not saying that last thing and she said ok but say im amazing so i did just to mess with her But is she flirting with me? She's texting me and said my voice is really hot, etc and saying stuff how she's better than my gf. I don't know if she's joking though. She has a boyfriend so idk.
My guy friend is flirting with me but he has a girlfriend what do I do?
Flirt back.. Keep having fun. It is good for health \U0001f61c. You should not make him feel you are interested in something more or you can be a better girlfriend than his present one. If he tries to cheat on his gf, turn around and run. Run fast and run far. Someone like that would easily cheat on you. If he breaks up with his girl friend and then asks you out, do as your feelings dictate. Cheers
My girlfriend's bestfriend won't stop flirting with me? please help?
Be honest with your girl friend, even though the truth hurts. It will really save her from the hurt of trusting her best friend. Even though I must admit, that she might feel sad for a while, but it's the best thing to do. It seems to me that your love for your girl friend has made her best friend jealous of her, therefore seek for the same attention you gave to Brooke. Do not let this happen, the girl is clearly the kinda girl you need to ditch. She would likely make up lies about you, like how you were the one that was flirting with her first, so be prepare for this. Gain as much as evidence as possible. It will help. The part on which you kissed your gf's best friend by accident because you thought she was your Brooke, when was this? I hope it haven't been that long. My advice to you is, tell Brooke as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more she will be hurt in the end. Tell Brooke that you need to tell her something. And before telling her this, please note to mention that you didn't tell her sooner because you didn't want to destroy their friendship. After that, tell her what her best friend has been doing, and that you thought her best friend would stop flirting with you if you keep on telling her to stop, but that didn't happen so you decided that you have to tell her about this. Ditch her best friend after that. Hope that helps, good luck. Edit: For the opinion above me on which it might be Brooke who asked her best friend to flirt with you to see where your head is. That, in my opinion is impossible. The way I see it, it was jealousy that caused this. Her best friend has gone too far, if Brooke were the one that asked her best friend to flirt with you, there's no way her best friend would get that far such as kissing and the shower incident. And from your previous question, the way you describe Brooke, she isn't the kinda girl that would doubt you and ask her best friend to do this. Just my opinion. Good luck.
What do I do when my best friend is flirting with my girlfriend and she subtly reciprocates his advances?
Wow, typically this is the kind of question I’d pass up but you got some really bad answers from people who sound eloquent and convincing, so I am going to try to set the record straight. Listen to the answers that tell you THIS IS NOT OKAY! This is not about you being insecure or jealous. This is a slow dance into the roles changing and you being left out. This often happens in any person's of 3. There is psychology behind it but I will just admit I don't remember what it is- it was many years since I studied relationship dynamics. However, that doesn't matter. This isn't an academic issue. This is a plain old red flag. There is nothing you can do about it. You are picking up on what I call ‘honest moments’. It could be that your boyfriend really thinks he loves you and doesn't realize the signicance in what he's doing. There is a very small chance it's harmless and nothing will come of it. But, I've been in this situation before. The best thing you can do is next time it happens, stand up, tell them they can have each other, and walk away. This is really really tough to do, especially if you have strong bonds to both of them. Your world will feel like it's falling apart. This is the one situation that everyone on earth can learn now from: to have a certain level of independence and strength on your own that does not involve a relationship. People should never get into relationships unless they are strong on their own first. The one thing you don't want to do is talk to them about it. They've already shown they aren't decent people. I wish the best for you. This is a tough situation. When it happens to many people they are in married committed relationships. It can knock a person down in surprise and confusion. This is a normal reaction. It's a tough lesson to learn.