3 months ago I got rejected by a girl who was my close friend at the time.
I deleted her off facebook a few days later, couldn't face her at all.
I miss her as a friend, have I burned my bridge (is it far too weird for me to try and speak to her again?) or is it alright for me to try and contact her?
Well you already fucked up by being a little bitch and cutting contact with her because she rejected you. So she probably thinks you're shit, but maybe you still have a chance at recovering whats left of that friendship if you admit to her that you were stupid. If she even wants to talk to you
Look at number of posters down there you autist.
I know it's hard to wrap your head around the fact that you have an ugly personality, which makes you an unlikable person, but you should know better since your close friend rejected your dumb ass.
That all depends on her personality as well as yours
Can you handle only being a friend knowing that nothing will happen?
Rejection really isn't that big of a deal in and of itself if you are both mature about it and can move on - but if you couldn't handle unrequited love the first time to the point of dropping her as a friend there's a good chance she'd be pretty apprehensive about a friendship again.
That's not to say you can't be friends again - only that it won't be the same as it was before.
you're disabling your trip and posting from a proxy, it's blindingly fucking obvious you're the same person by the reply times and the fact that tripfags always do this when they get called out
get lost, there's no need for you to be in this thread
Yeah OK, that's pretty measured advice and sounds right. This was my first time really falling for someone, I was being childish and I was being and idiot.
I've spoken to her a few times in person, I wished her a happy birthday too. She seemed to be happy to speak to me every time, those were all casual encounters though.
I sort of want to reconcile as well, it would be good to get some closure.
I would suggest talking to her, apologizing, admitting it was childish, acknowledging you two will never be anything more, and actually talking about the situation rather than just pretending it never happened and trying to move on.
Otherwise it's best to make your apologies, get some closer, and cut your ties all together.
You know a trip has fancy letters and numbers after his name right...
Yeah, that makes sense, I won't do anything for a while anyway, I'll just think about it for a bit more.
It's sort of weird, I don't really know if I am fully 100% over her and I just want to talk to her for the endorphins or if I was right the first time, and this is the best way for me to move on.
Heartbreak is really weird. It definitely did help me not talking to her for a while.
Move on. You already have. You made the adult decision; you wanted her as a girlfriend and didn't want her as a friend.
You have some remorse, and that's normal. Move on with your life.