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Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
hey..there is this boy who my friend is trying to hook me up with because she knows that i really want to be in a relationship. She told me that he said that im very pretty and would like to get to know me. So one day we spent a lot of time together just trying to get to know each other and asking many different questions about each other..i really did thought we connected and had some things in common..and i began to start likeing him more than a friend..but a couple days after my friend who brought us together and who is also his friend told me that he only likes me as a friend..and that was pretty upsetting cause i thought we might possibly go somewhere with this..=[ my question is, how do i get him to like me as in more than a friend? and i really want to ask him out but i would really prefer if he did it..i didnt see anything wrong with when we met and hung out..i didn't do anything weird or crazy..and he was pretty shy by the way and i was the most talkative which was very surprising cause sometimes i can be very shy when i first meet someone which i wasn't..to me, he looked like he enjoyed talking with me..i really like him, like a lot..and i wish he can see me that way also..have any thoughts on what i should do? thank you, its very well appreciated. =] p.s.-sorry for making it so long but i couldnt make it any shorter..




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Since he wants to be just friend do that for now.

Tell him you would like to hang out with him as friends, go to the movies as friends, etc. You should probably start slow with just hanging out.

The more he hangs out with you, the more he will like you and then he maybe will ask you out as a g/f.

Give it a try.

Good luck! George

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