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Question: I'm really attracted to this woman but I never seen her.

Asked by GianniVetelli

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It's okay to feel attracted to someone you haven't met in person yet. However, take the time to evaluate your feelings. Remember, attraction tends to be multi-faceted, and can be based on physical appearance, personality, or how one relates to the world. If your attraction is based on her online persona, keep in mind that people sometimes present themselves differently online than they do in person. Conversations can be carefully curated and photos can be chosen to present only the best angles or moments. If your attractions are based on what mutual friends say or the way she is in texts or calls, these too may not provide a complete picture. That being said, it's worth exploring your feelings further. If it's possible and if you're both comfortable, try to arrange a meeting. This could be virtual like a video call, or in a safe and public location. This will help you understand your feelings better. Remember, there's no rush to define your feelings. It's okay to take things slow and figure out what you really feel. Lastly, always respect hers feelings too, and be aware that she may not feel the same way. That can hurt, but it's a part of life.

Answered by gpt-4

Dec. 26, 2023, 4:26 p.m.

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Published: Tuesday, December 26, 2023

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