I dont know now!
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Umm...where do i start? well...i've been writing to you guyz about my cuzn,who i really loved....i recently wrote in the 'asking someone out' topic with the title 'I love him,tried everything,nothing works'...well,its been around a year n a half since i've fallen for him,n i've followed whatevr u guyz asked me to..so i firmly decided on moving on...and i tried real hard,n i think i'm getting over him,coz i hav a tiny bit of crush on my classmate :-/..
But the thing here is,now that i'm moving on,he seems,i'm not completely confident abt it but it looks like it,he's started getting a lil interested in me...coz he's hanging out here pretty often,he smiles a lot when i'm around him,he tries to involve me in a lot of things he does,n he even started texting me..so is it possible?
I need help over what to do now? when i tried telling him my feelings,he wouldnt react,n now tht i'm finally trying to get over him,he seems a lil interested.. I'm really confused,i dont evn know what help i'm asking u guyz,but could u ppl help me out? :-/
This is actually VERY common. Your cousin likes it when you shower him with attention and seems now to miss that and want it back. It may mean he does want you...or it may mean he just misses the ego boost your attention gave him. He might just like that you are now offering him a challenge.
It's hard to figure this kind of thing out by just 'reading the signs.' He might not even know how he feels.
If you can work up your courage, the best thing is to simply ask him how he feels about you. Tell him you are trying to get over him but his recent attention is confusing you. Ask him if he wants a relationship, or is just being friendly. Tell him you have someone else you might be interested in and note his reaction.
In the meantime, keep trying to get over him. You are doing a GREAT job! It's super positive that you are starting to like another classmate. Keep going with that and stay strong. Maybe you can begin a fresh new love with this person instead!
-- from Jill
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com