What does it mean?
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I am 18 years old and i need advice if this girl is sending me signals or not.
We share food everyday. We even feed each other. We hang out everyday. On senior ditch day, instead of going to santa cruz with her other friends, she came to school and told me she came, "Just for me so i wouldnt be lonely." We tell each other everything. We hug several times everyday. We recently got our yearbooks and she filled out a whole page and included things such as, "you are my rock. you are my sunshine. You make my day whenever i see you. I can't wait to see how our lives end up together." She told me my yearbook was the only one she had been thinking about all week and she spent all week thinking of what she would say. she's trying to get us to take the same classes in college since we are going to the same college. i really like this girl. What does it mean?
She has a boyfriend. how much does this change the things above? The last i heard of her boyfriend she went camping with him and his family over memorial day weekend. Before the trip she said she was not looking forward to it. After the trip, she said it was boring and she had no fun. What does all this mean? Could she be interested in me and trying to make sure i like her back before she ends it with her boyfriend? Your opinion?
She definitely is sending you signals. It couldn't be clearer.
The fact that she has a boyfriend is a problem, though. It isn't good to come between a couple which could lead her to cheating. You definitely don't want her to cheat because then you would be worrying that she was going to cheat on you.
Tell her the truth. Say that you like her a lot but the fact that she has a boyfriend is holding you back. Say that you don't want her to cheat. If she didn't have a boyfriend things would be ok. Once you say all of this, it is up to her to make the decision. If she asks whether you would go out with her if she split up with her boyfriend, tell her yes (if that's how you feel.)
It's always best to be honest in these situations.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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