Im so confused!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I liked this guy for ages now and he knew that i liked him before but now i've started to love him. I really don't want to tell him as I think thats going to make things worst. He is kind of my friend but most of the time he's talking to me, it sounds like flirting but I'm not sure wether it actually is.I know he likes me too but as a friend, i'm not really sure if he likes me that way even though i feel he does. But sometimes I feel that he also likes my best friend who likes him as well or my worst enemy who's always flirting with him. I don't really know what to do, everyone says that we are a great match but for that to happen he has to like me first and I don't know wether he does. If he didn't go for me, I'd like it so that he went for my friend but what if he wen tfor my worst enemy. I'm so confused about what to do? should i tell him? should i be friendly or flirty? should i just ask him out and hope for the best? or should i just hide it like i have for the past several years and bottle up everything inside? i'm so confused!!!!!
You should stop bottling up your feelings.
Tell him you are "developing feelings" for him and that you would like to hang out together or go for a walk or picnic or a movie or bowling.
Summer's here and he would be delighted to have something to do.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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