Is the crush returned

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Ok, so I'm 16, and there is this guy in my year at school and we talk alot about different things. He all ways knows when I'm upset and the same goes for me and we talk to each other about it. Recently he has been asking me about my love life and if I have or want a boyfriend, and when he first asked me I was caught completly off gaurd and didn't know what to say. He also told me that he would like a "special friend". My friend is telling me that he is trying to ask me out however I'm not so sure. He all ways asks when my free periods are and if I go in to our schools library he follows me in even if he doesn't have work. I have personally liked him for around about 6 years now and I am at a complete loss as of how to move on because I do not want to get it wrong and mess up the friendship I have with him. Any advice would make me highly grateful. Thank tou for your time. Advice
Tell him you have been thinking about his question and the answer is that you do want a boyfriend.

Tell him you are "developing feelings" for him and ask him how he feels about that. This should not jeopardize your friendship since he brought up the subject himself.

Take things slowly and be sure you understand what he means when he says it. This is where good communications, sharing feelings, and being affectionate are important to building a good relationship.

I wish you luck! George

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