I really like her. Same back at me? What do I do?
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I met her at school in a class. We never really talked but we shared common friends. If we ever were to hang out, it would be in a group of friends. Near the end of summer, we hung out for the first time one on one to by our friend a birthday present. We had a great time and never ran out of something to talk about. When I dropped her off, she asked me to a concert. We went but it felt a little weirder. I put my arm around her once or twice but I couldn't tell how she responded. Then for the next few nights we started to hang out with a really good friend of ours. I began to get nervous and froze a few times but she would lean in every so often. I feel like I'm running out of time or losing her. Help?
The more you hang out with her the less nervous you will be.
Keep doing what you have been doing, she seems to like it. Ask her out on a date to let her know that you are really interested.
Have some topics to discuss in case you freeze up. Pets, vacations, school, friends, music, videos, sports... there are lots of things, just have some in mind in case you need them.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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