He used to be my boy besty



Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
we met a year ago in 6th grade we got along just fine even tho our personalities contrasted he is a very outgoing charismatic/flirtatious person im a shy quiet person we always talked and joked around he did little things like poking me or pulling my braids or teasing me when i talked to this one boy i knew

then this year all of the sudden we arent as close as we used to be he didn't change neither did i but we sit in the same table and we hardly talk last year we sat in rows of two so we always talked

how can i rebuild the friendship we had? or maybe i should tell him how i feel




RomanceClass.com Advice
People do change constantly. Especially with puberty and growing up, the changes are happening every day. So he has changed and so have you. If you still want to be friends with him you have to show him. Talk with him. Smile at him. Demonstrate you haven't drifted apart from him. Everybody needs encouragement sometimes.

Good luck!

-- from Lisa
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com





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