A Random Guy I Kissed....

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
We met over at our apartment's party. I was moving schools, and I found out that he studies at the school I was moving into, so we got closer that night using that as an excuse. We mostly talked, chatting away about different things... But then I noticed that he was flirting with me, especially when he pulled closer to sit with me and let me lean against him.
We kissed, slowly, nothing too passionate or intimate, though we've only been properly introduced to each other that very same night.

And now, even though my mind's completely filled with things about him, my heart doesn't beat faster and I didn't get nervous around him. I enjoy being in his company, and I feel safe around him. For some reason, I didn't feel ecstasy when I kissed him, either. I only felt like... I would be protected, and his presence calms me down, and I liked that.

Is this love (this relaxed feeling when I'm around him), or was I *probably* slightly drunk and was out of my mind when I kissed him?

RomanceClass.com Advice
This is puzzling.

It doesn't sound like love but maybe the beginnings of love.

You need to spend more time with him and see how you feel.

Don't you think it is too soon to be wondering if it is love. You don't have any of the classical signs of being in love even if it is only a crush.

Give it time and see what develops.

Good luck and Happy Holidays! George

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