Does She Want to Date?Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I met this female at the end of my first semester in college, we go to the same school. I've never spoken to her before that day, but when we started talking she was so nice and sweet, and she flirts with me. Now we are closer, we talk everyday. one day she told me that she liked one of my friends but, she thought he didn't like her. that was the same day she asked me to walk her home, and wanted to use my umbrella. another day it was raining and cold and we were standing outside, she kept saying she was cold, so i put my arm around her waist and pulled her to me. She didn't stop me from doing that even though everybody was around.
She told me that she wasn't ready for a man, so i stepped back a lil' then. another female asked me if she was my girlfriend, i asked her where did she hear that, and she said "around". right now i'm not financially stable, but i am able to take her to the movies or somthing. But today i seen her talking to my rival and they looked real cozy together, i just walked past. then she came out of class later on and was asking me what is wrong and stuff. I dont know what to think can you help me figure out if she likes me or just likes me as a friend.
She's letting you hold her and flirt with you, she is definitely making herself available to you. You need to keep going forward with this. I have a ton of tips on the site on how to go from friend to boyfriend-girlfriend. Take her to movies as a friend. Go out to dinner as a friend. The more that these are "normal fun things" you two do, the less scary "dating" will seem to her. You want dating to be a normal progression in her mind, one that doesn't take any serious thought at all. You want her to think "Heck I am spending every day with him anyway and we have lots of fun, we really should be dating".
-- from Lisa
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