Does he like me and if so should anything happen?
Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Like you've herd a million times... I like this guy and I don't know if he likes me. He doesn't have many close friends and those who are are girls that moved to Cali. He and I, this past 2 months have been getting real close. Hes told me straight out that hes been hurt to much in friedships and so he doesn't tell me much about him self... but he's always there to listen to me. There are a few signs that may say he likes me... 1. Me him and 2 of our friends took a walk and he walk slowly so that they would go further ahead and we could talk without them overhearing 2. He has told me he respects me 3. He has said that me and another girl (which i know he doesn't like) are the only ppl he talks to at school really and without me there lunch is boring. 4. He has invited me to go to a fair thing with his mom and family friend and its an hour drive 5. He was over and we were playing a vidio game and he sat real close and would nudge me alot, tickle me, poke me, and when he lost sometimes he would lay his head on my shoulder for a sec 6. and he gives me eye contact when he talks to me (not overly, not staring... at least I havn't caught him) 7. When ever I bring up about me moving he gets upset and says that I can't leave I want to know if hes just enjoying our close friendship, he actually likes me or what... and I don't have the guts to ask him... and I'm moving 3 hours away but ill be back almost every weekend (dad staying) so should I try a long distance relationship (I KNOW he will be true and faithful)? btw Im 15 and hes 16
He definitely likes you but is rather shy because he's been hurt before.
Tell him you are "developing feelings" for him and see what he says.
A long distance romance is a very difficult thing to maintain. You should know that going into it. Even if you come back almost every weekend it will still be hard.
Enjoy the time you have together now and spend as much time together as you can.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com