a couple of things

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
a couple of questions.

1.In the stage where youve already gotten close and made a move on eachother and shown that you both like eachother, what are certain things i SHOUDLNT say cuz i dont want to sound over the top and put pressure on this?
But at the same time i obviously want to compliment her and tell her what i think about her to help keep things going in the right direction.

2.And for some reason i never seem to be able to 'click' and just lean over and kiss her when i drop her off at her house at the end of the day...everywhere else im fine...i dont know why the car is such a puzzling scenario. i just kind of freeze.Anything i could do so i break this stupid habit that makes me feel foolish afterwards?

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You two are close enough where you can talk with each other about these topics.

I'll give you my opinion, but you should be asking her.

1. Don't say anything that you don't believe in your heart. And ask yourself whether she might be confused or put off by what you say. Don't spend a lot of time worrying exactly how to say it because that makes it too formal.

2. Here's where talking with her will work perfectly. Explain to her your problem and ask her if she can think of a way to help you. If she can't think of one then suggest that maybe she could kiss you in the car which would solve the problem.

Good luck! George

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