i am retarded...Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
i looked over the tips and got some stuff but felt if i emailed you and got a good response maybe others could use sometime. Friends with a girl who has a boyfriend and we have gotten closer and closer. Problems are arising with their relationship and she has told me about some of them. I have feelings for her and it would seem that she has them too. Over the last few months, I have done the right thing by just being friends with her. She invites me out for drinks, dinner, and I have invited her out but boyfriend never comes. She told me she thinks it would be awkward. I agree actually. The problems they have are problems that existed long before I got there and I am not the wormy kind of guy that would try to break them up. Last time we hung out, she mentioned that she would like to meet my parents someday to see where I came from. She also wants to start playing baseball/softball with me. I also shared some personal stuff with her that night and she was very cool with hearing me out. I am feeling her more and more and want to know if I am doing the right thing by remaining friends with her or should I tell her soon? It really feels like she is feeling the same but of course, she has someone right now. Am I crazy?
My advice is to keep things as they are.
If you tell her you would be threatening her existing relationship.
Keeping things as they are will probably cause your mutual attraction to increase and you will get what you want in the long run.
However, the first time she brings up the subject, that is your opportunity.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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