I am really in love with this girl and I have been for a couple of years. However, I am a girl myself and I don’t think she likes me back. I barely see her around school anymore so it’s very rare for me to even talk to her. We were friends about two years ago and I talk to her when I can. Can someone please tell me how I could start getting over her?
I had that too with a guy, and I found that what worked for me was to completely cut him off. As long as I was talking to him, there was always that hope that he would start liking me and the heartache stemming from the fact that he didn't like me. Now that I stopped talking to him altogether, I still think about him but not as often.
If you want to get over her I suggest distracting yourself with others. Keep busy until the feeling fade. If you want to be her friends still I think you should integrate back into her life. If you talk to her ask for her number. Then find out more about her (sexuality). I know this is about getting over someone but It's really different for everyone. I just try to meet new people so that I'm more focused on them.
I don't understand how you can be in love with someone if you don't talk to them much anymore. Slow down, get to know her. That's the best way to fall in love with someone, then you can get to know her sexuality. If not, just stop talking to her and distract yourself.
I concur the cutting yourself off from her completely. She clearly isn't interested in you romantically or platonic wise. I would suggest you spend time on looking for girls who are into you and just into girls in general. Trying to go for the best friend who doesn't like girls never really works that well because either you creep them out by admitting your affections, or they reciprocate the affections something happens and then they act as if nothing did and treat you differently.
you don't have to cut yourself off from her to feel better about it.
it may be a constant thorn in your side, that's true, but you can use this experience to learn about yourself. meet and talk to new girls and keep your relations with the other girl casual. if having feelings for someone of the same sex is new to you, it would benefit you to explore that and learn about it. i don't think it will do you any good to go through the rest of your life ending decent relationships and friendships because you had never learned how to have a handle on it. the important thing is to be in control. instead of focusing 90% of your attention on this girl, only focus 10% or something.
remember that the person who keeps calm, collected, and cool usually comes out on top.