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If people are trying to like kind of pressure you like oh don't you like this person? And you know you don't really feel it like that you don't feel those emotions then don't rush it because I didn't have my crush until my ending career of high school so.

In this week's episode, Nuri and two of her closest friend's dive into their experiences with crushes. What a crush feels like, how they handled their first crush, and some do’s and dont’s they’ve learned along the way. They do not profess they are experts of course, rather three friends trying to figure out how to navigate the ups and downs of crushes, while staying true to themselves at the same time.

Definition of a Crush [00:04:15] Nuri discuss her personal definition of a crush, which involves an attraction to someone's personality and a desire to get to know them better.

First Crushes [00:05:51] Nuri, Naya, and Amanda share stories about their first crushes, including one from kindergarten and another from seventh grade.

Favorite Moments with Crushes [00:06:59] Nuri, Naya, and Amanda talk about their favorite moments with their crushes, including a cozy moment listening to music and a romantic night on the beach.

Favorite Moment with a Crush [00:08:23] Nuri shares her favorite moment with her crush in high school, where he waited for her outside her yearbook class.


Dos and Don'ts of Having a Crush [00:11:13] Nuri, Naya, and Amanda give advice on what to do and what not to do when having a crush, including becoming friends first and not throwing yourself at them.


Identifying a Fake Crush [00:14:10] Naya warns about guys who pretend to like you or are only interested in attention, and Amanda emphasizes the importance of knowing your worth and not settling for less.


Listening to rumors [00:16:04] Amanda and Naya discuss the importance of listening to rumors about crushes and how they are often true.


Avoiding drama [00:17:20] Nuri, Naya, and Amanda advises listeners to avoid pursuing someone who is already in a relationship to avoid drama and heartbreak.


Don't force it [00:20:06] Nuri, Naya, and Amanda advises listeners not to pursue someone who is not interested in them and to focus on themselves instead. They also emphasize the importance of confidence and self-love.


Self-Love [00:24:14] Naya talks about the importance of self-love and how it is necessary to love oneself before expecting others to love them.


End of Episode [00:24:39] Nuri, Naya, and Amanda conclude the episode and encourage listeners to subscribe and follow them on Instagram for updates on the podcast. They also remind listeners to take a moment to just be.


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