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Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I honestly read alot of the questions on this site and none of them is the same as mine. My problem is that I recently started talking on the phone again with an old crush we can call her "R". I'm very much interested in her and I planned to let her know that I like her more than a friend on the night of our first date, but I just want to be sure that this is a good idea. I mean, I can easily call her up and say, "R, I like you more than a friend." But that would be rather silly, I figured that the time and place for that is when were both together in the flesh.
She is very hard to read, and she's a secretive girl I respect that because I know she has her reasons. And sometimes I feel that maybe she doesn't like me in that way, and I should just give up. But then I start thinking about how lovely it would be to take walks with R and watch movies in the theatre or in my room with R, or to be able to hold R. All we do for now is talk on the phone, I haven't seen her in person for three months becuase she moved but she is only about 15 mins away. We talk on the phone for now, and she agreed to meet me soon, I set a date but things can change. I really do care about R, and I need help, because overall i am lost.

RomanceClass.com Advice
You shouldn't let three months go by without seeing her in the flesh.

It is really time for you to let her know how you feel whether you tell her that you like her more than friends or you say you have developed feelings for her.

She will be very interested in knowing how you feel and also letting you know how she feels.

The chances are good that after three months of talking that she likes you too.

Be sure to let her know that you want to see her again in the near future.

Good luck! George

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