Kinda a confusing situationVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Heres some background. Like a month ago, my ex said she thought of us as more of a friendship. Then she she stopped wanting to talk to me/be arround me, and a mutual friend asked her why and she said "she still has feelings for me, but she cant have a boyfriend right now". At a party i left to another room to get away for a little and she followed me, and wanted to talk to me and asked about if i was mad at her. Then one night i called her to see if she was feeling better, and she thought i called to talk to her about somthing else, i asked her what she thought i was going to ask and she said she had to go and would call back and tell me, but never did. Then the next night she asked me to go to the mall with her, we had a good time flirting and talking for like 2 hours out at her car, which we had some breaks in the conversation and locked eyes for a good 5 seconds and she would sometimes look away and have a really wierd look on her face. But nothing about the situation came up.
I have been hanging way back and letting her take most of the steps forward because she was the one to break it off and i dont want to look like an idiot for bringing it back up. So is there anything specific that i could do to keep make her know im still interested and get her to want more again? What do i do? :(
Sorry its so long.
It wasn't too long :)
Seems she is starting to take an interest in you again.
Have a gentle conversation with her and let her know you still have feelings for her. I wouldn't be surprised is she has feelings for you too. You won't look like an idiot. But you would be an idiot to refuse to share your feelings with her and possibly lose out on a really good relationship.
You only go around once in this world, so enjoy it!
Good luck. George
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