He is very cute and popular. And I need your advice.

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
There's a boy who goes in my class. I've known him for 1,5 years. We've never really spoken but recently we found out that our parents know eachother. It was pretty hilarious. Now we talk much more, especially in MSN. I quite like him and we also exchange smiles a lot, mostly because somebody makes us laugh and then we look at each other. But the problem is that I have no idea what he thinks of me. He is very popular, cute, funny, good looking and extremly sweet. That's why so many girls like him, but I know that he hasn't had a real girlfriend. He is also super friendly to everybody because he was raised very good and he has younger brothers and sisters. I guess he's a happy person. I just don't dear to talk to him, only when there's really nobody around. I'm afraid of being a fool and acting wrong, especially because of our parents. But at the same time I'm jelous of other girls who get along with him so well. I do too, but I'm scared. Could you please give me some advice about how to talk to him and how to find even a little clues of what he thinks about me? I would really appreciate it.

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It's very difficult to know what a very friendly person is thinking.

He is popular because he is nice to everyone and happy. One way to find out if he likes you is to ask him out. Movie, a walk in the park, hanging out, whatever you like.

Talking easily with him takes practice, practice, practice. The more you talk with him the easier it will get.

Good luck! George

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