He Likes Me - I Ran Away
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
I know this guy B for about 3 years now. I also used to date one of his best friends. After me and his friend L broke up (his friend went back home) B and I continued to keep in touch.
One night I asked b to come over , and he spent the night in my room ,he was very sweet and polite and even if both of us wanted more , we didn't even kiss. We kept talkin every now and then , teasing little stuff like that. A year and a half later I went to his place to watch some movies. We end up hugging and holding each other. Again , nothing else happen even if we were both dying for it. I left in the middle of the night even if he was a perfect gentleman. I thought that things will be just like before but when I went back for my movies , he opened the door with them in his hand, really serious. I start mumbling something and I was ready to go when he called me back. We went to his room for a few minutes enough for him to tell me that he didn't wanted me to leave that night , that he wanted me to stay and that nothing would have happened even if he was really tempted and afraid because of that.
He never stopped by after that and I didn't went back. I'm afraid I did something wrong but I don't know what. How do I know how he feels from this? we are both in our early 20's . Also i never seen him so serious like that day when he opened the door. I don't want to be the one to do the first step , because I don't want to look like an obsessed idiot. Help me please!
This guy obviously likes you and told you to his face that he wanted you to stay with him - and you ran away? And then you didn't talk to him again? This guy is probably in torment now!
You AREN'T making the first step, he already has made the first 10 steps and you are still hiding from him. It's time for you to make SOME step towards him, so he knows that all of his efforts aren't in vain!
At least go back and talk with him and watch movies with him. That'll be just keeping things the SAME instead of running away from them ...
-- from Lisa
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com