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Over the summer I submitted a question for advice saying that I liked my roomate's cousin. The thing is hes older than me and never had a real relationship before. before I left to go back home for the summer I wrote him a letter simply stating that I liked him and I enjoyed his company. I didn't hear from him the whole summer. I was extremely discouraged, when the time came around to move back in with my roomate hes been making a few visits and we spend time together. not unlike we were when I first started liking him. At my roomate's bday party there were guys hitting on me. and girls were coming onto him. When I would go to my room he would walk in to "check" on me frequently, instead of being in the party. Then last weekend it was just me and him in the house, he read a journal of poetry I wrote a year ago for someone else. After I calmed down of panicking he said that I am way too self-conscious (which is what he always says). We had a real good conversation about our lives before we met. He gave me a novel to read about a girl who struggles before she realizes her inner beauty. I want to know if this is a good sign of whether or not he cares?

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Sounds like things are going well for you.

Keep doing what you are doing and I imagine things will get better for both of you.

Continue your literary connection since that seems to work well and ask him to go to a play or concert. He sounds like a real good find.

I wish you luck with him! George

-- from George
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