Shes being Flirtatious and withdrawnVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Well here it goes... About 1.5 years ago my friend(which is a girl) started dating a guy(I didn't know him at first... But now were really good friends), all seemed great for them... But about 10 months ago, I started to notice her... We went out as friends, but her boyfriend was always there(which I can understand)... I then started to realize that whenever we all went out, she started making him the "odd man out" and she was focusing on me entirley... She even started to make fun of him... And she ment it... So, we started to talk on the internet, and she was VERY suggestive with what she was saying... But when we talked face-to-face... She would be a bit withdrawn... She was ONLY withdrawn when it was the two of us... She was usually the most flurtious with me when her boyfriend was there... We started to get pretty personal with waht we would talk about on the internet, and I found out that she had a very confusing relationship with her boyfriend... One thing led to another, and her friends started telling her to leave her boyfriend... She has given it alot of thought... But the thing is that I truely believe that she likes me instead of her boyfriend... And she refuses to leave him... So to sum it up, from what I have told you, Do you believe she is intrested in me... And should I let her know how I feel?
A response would help me greatly in my life
P.S. She is a couple years older than me
The way to find out is to ask her.
You seem to have the opportunity when you two are alone, so ask her why she seems withdrawn when you are alone together. Also ask her if she is interested in you or just flirting.
You won't find out if you don't ask.
Good luck! George
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