A little confused

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Well me and this girl that ive know for two months now have been talking to each other, she has come over a couple times to watch a movie or two with me, and one occasion she's came over to see me when she got off work to see what i was doing and just talk. We have kissed and told each other about each other's past history of relationships, and what we want in a future relationship. i have asked her out before but she says she still needs some time and i understand that, but i dont want to become to friendly with her to where its more best friend then a person that i like, she also told me on the phone she likes me and flirts around saying little things like my bed is her bed, and other things like that, but what i would like to know is what is there to do to let her know i really like her but at the same time now rush anything, and also know if she's really into me too, but thanks in advance

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Make sure you keep kissing her and you will probably avoid the best friend label.

Take her out to movies or whatever "as a friend" if she won't go out with you. This will gradually grow into something more than friendship.

She obviously likes you so just let things ride along and take it as it comes.

Good luck! George

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