I followed your advice and I really feel I've gotten closer to this girl.Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
A while ago I posted a question here under the headline "She spends her time with me, does she like me?" or something along those lines. Anyway, I followed your advice and I really feel I've gotten closer to this girl. In school we always hang out, she even asked me to one of her classes, which I did. The thing is I really feel that she's sending mixed messages. For example, during math, she always peeks and me, looking away when i look at her. Often when we're in group just hanging out during the breaks she seems to almost avoid my eyes, except when im not looking that is.
Anyway, I've been realy hestitant to ask her out since she rejected another guy in class not long ago. I finally made myself ask her out to watch a movie this week and she immediatly said she'd love to.
What im unsure of is if she want just want to go like friends or if she might something more? we've never meet done anything out of school earlier. And how should I approach her? Like should I put my arm around her shoulders or anything like that?
You're on track to something wonderful with this girl. You're surprised she turned down another guy? She's waiting for YOU, you nut! Yes, have a great time at the movies together. Don't worry if it's as friends or as more, you're developing a new relationship and it'll be a murky gray area for a bit but then it all will be clear. You're doing all the right things.
Personally, I think the arm around the shoulder during the movie is tacky, but you can try it and see her reaction. I like the holding hands in the theater thing more, but play it by ear and see how you feel about it.
Have a great time!
-- from Jenn
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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