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xhoneybeex asked:

28 May 2013

How to feel better after being pressured by a guy

Recently, I made out with a guy I liked who I hadn't hung out with very much and he expected me to do stuff for him that I didn't want to do. I told him no and he continued to pressure me for at least 45 minutes before I was able to get out of the situation. I'm feeling really bad about myself because, although I didn't do anything I didn't want to, I wasn't able to stand up for myself and just say no. I kept making excuses and trying to get him to stop pressuring me. I think I'm really upset because he turned out to be such a prick but I am upset. My self confidence has just disappeared and I don't know what to do to forget about it. I don't want to leave my house and go hang out with friends. I'm just feeling really badly and I don't know how to make myself feel better or get my self confidence back. I also don't know what to say to this guy, because I really never want to see him again after what he did. Please give me some advice, because I really don't know what to do now.



beautylover says:

Posted on 28 May 2013

Firstly, how you reacted is what you internally are ! We all are not same.
Some persons may not be able to refuse directly because they are so soft at heart whereas others are able to do so directly. That doenot mean the former ones are not confident but it is their kindness to not to refuse directly.
But on the other hand , it is also required that if situation demands , we should change our reaction to deny straight away , if somebody is just persuading us to do so. And that strength we have to muster ourselves. When again such situation arrises , just tell yourself that the person is going out of his boundary and now I should leave my kindness and deny him openly .

All is in your mind , you see ..


krista090 says:

Posted on 30 May 2013

You should stop feeling guilty as you did nothing wrong. Take this incident as a lesson and try to be more assertive next time :)

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