From Friends to Boyfriend-GirlfriendVisitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Okay, there's this guy at my job that I have feelings for. He flirts with me all the time and I know he knows I have feelings for him. He always asks me if I am hungry after we go somewhere together, he even accepted my invitation to go the the gym with me. And one day my one friend from work told me that he was waiting for me to come to work like I usually do and that he watched me pull into the parking lot and get out of my car etc...
I know he likes me, but it's like since he's 20 and I will be 18 in 3 months, it's like he's afraid to touch me or go after me. And it could also be the fact that his ex-girlfriend, whom he just broke up with works with us as well. Everyone says to forget about him and just move on. I tried that, I tried to convince myself that we are just friends and nothing more. But then I start to think about him and I start to want him and I don't know what to do.
He's a great guy and I know that we would make such a great couple. He's easy to talk to and fun to be around. He makes me laugh and he's all so FINE. But I don't know if I should continue to pursue him and wait for him to come to me or should I just try to move on and just continue to be friends. But the thing is, we both know that we have feelings for each other. What do I do?
If you're not yet 18 it would be illegal for him to be involved with you, so I would consider that the prime reason he's holding back. You're not yet an adult! He would legally be a child molester. So wait the few months and develop the friendship. Show him, yourself and the world that your relationship is about you two really enjoying each other and caring for each other.
Once you turn 18, I have info on going from friend to boyfriend-girlfriend -
take it slow and I bet he'll respond!
-- from Jenn
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