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Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
You said to keep you updated, so even though nothing huge has happened, I thought I should anyway.

So, basically, he's still making eye-contact an awful lot with me. Even if I'm just sharpening a pencil or waiting for my folder in class, he'll look at me and make eye contact.

Where before he didn't really speak to me all that much, he's started to joke around with me a little bit.

As before, sometimes when he's helping me in class, he'll be really close - so close our arms are right against each other or something - but I haven't noticed if he's that close with everyone or not.

You said he might be a homosexual. Althought I'm not saying it's 100% impossible, I very much doubt he is. He's been married twice and has two kids and isn't the kind of guy you could see being gay anyway...

Anyhoo. Probably bugging you, and I guess I message more than most people who visit this site... so I will go. Advice
Don't worry about bugging me.

There are two possibilities: 1) he senses you are nervous and is trying to be friends with you and make you more comfortable (which just makes you more nervous) or 2) he likes you in particular. Or maybe both.

One thing you haven't mentioned... do you have a crush on him? If you do, try to fight it since it will just make you feel more mixed-up.

Here it is February and he hasn't done anything *really* objectionable. Maybe you can coast through to the end of the school year without anything more developing. But if it does, be sure to let me know.

Good luck! George

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