I want to know what he's thinkingVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
There's a guy that I've known for 2 years now. Before we used to be in the same class and I sat behind him. I was very comfortable back then, always joking and saying silly stuff to him. But I think starting 11th grade I started to feel weird around him, like I can't talk normally to him anymore. I like to watch him when he's not looking and I think he noticed. I think there are times I caught him looking at me too. So I thought it was a sign that he likes me too. So I began to talk more to him, chat with him online and ask a lot of questions about him because I want to know more, but then I think I made him uncomfortable because whenever I tried to talk to him online, he said he's busy and if I talk to him face to face he doesn't look at me in the eyes. That's why I thought he doesn't like me so I decided to give up. But lately he keeps looking at me and smiles at me. I still like him a lot though, but I don't want to guess anymore and I just don't have enough courage to ask him. He is a very shy person and so am I, but I am always the first person to start a conversation. Please give me a clue on what he's thinking. I really need your help. Thank you.
Sounds like he is interested in you.
But, once you started talking a lot then he got cold feet. Now he is showing signs of feeling comfortable with you again.
Next time you are online with him, say "I like you. Do you like me?" Or if you are not up for that ask him if he wants to hang out. If you can't reach him online, slip him a note with those questions.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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