can a guy still be friends wid a gal who rejected him/her ??
It depends on how the advance was made and how the rejection was given. If the guy did a bad job of it and insulted the girl when he asked her out, then probably not. If the girl was unnecessarily cruel when she rejected the guy, probably not.
But as long as there's mutual respect, it's possible to still be friends after one person rejects the other's advances.
Yes, it is possible to be friends with a person who rejected you. As long as you both didn't end your relationship on bad terms, it's possible to maintain a healthy friendship between the two.
YES, Just because she rejected him doesnt mean they cant befriends
Yes, but it's better to focus on finding someone new, rather thank trying to maintain a friendship with someone who's not romantically interested in you.
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