Guys find me intimidating
And for that to happen, you kind of have to pretend you are not attracted and just roll with it like any regular normal friendship.
Plus he's an intern, so he's probably busy and maybe that's the excuse he gives himself for not approaching girls and in all honestly he doesn't have the time so that's a pretty good excuse.
So basically, what I am trying to ask if do men indeed become intimidated by women or is this something women tell themselves to lessen the pain of rejection? I have friends who were like this when we were younger.
They'd get crushes but would never act on them because they just knew they'd get turned down.
These sideways glances and vibes have been going on since August- the first time I noticed him.
The second time we saw each other he pretty much stared at me the whole time- I was completely unnerved by the shock of this guy staring at me to look back and on top of that-was too busy trying to focus as we were in the ER and there was a level 1 trauma going on in front of us needing to be taken care of.
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I barely know who this guy is outside of how attracted I feel towards him and the fact that he is a resident at the hospital I work at.