I'm not sure anymoreVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
So over the summer, i met this one girl at a camp, we had kinda a thing goin' and we both liked each other. And later she told me she just wanted to be friends. So im unsure whats going on. I still like her a lot. The girls i liked in the past, the feelings dont even compare for this girl. I really, really like her. So, we chat regularly, since i dont see her often anymore, turns out she lives right in my town(what are the odds) but she goes to different school. So....we chat regularly, from time to time, not like....everyday, but like...4X a week, or 3. So yeah....but i still do, but im very bad as to asking girls, i just have no confidence in that. So, she and i always say goodnight when we do talk. ONCE, she has sent me a heart before she went to sleep, only once though. Sometimes, its seems like it, but sometimes she doesnt. She's like, the exact girl of personality and traits i've always wanted to be with. I know this is kinda ambiguous, but, the camp we attended, was a music camp, and it was pretty special. one night, we took a group night hike into the mountains and she sat next to me, and once i asked her to go with me to a easy hike to be with her alone.
but really, is there a way i can kinda get a hint? or are there specific hints i can watch out for??
She has shown you she is interested in you by chatting regularly and sending you a heart.
Unless you plan on waiting until you are 50 before asking girls out you better start now. In fact, you should have started practicing before your present age.
Ask her out to a movie and get it over with. You have nothing to lose except some anxiety.
Good luck! George
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