Be braveVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Hi. I have this very big issue with this boy. Im not sure if he likes me more than a friend but i like him a lot. He's always starring at me in every class we have together, him and his friends are always looking at me, whenever he has a chance to he comes over to me constantly and trys speaking to me, when this boy in my class asked me for some help with the work the boy thats i like was like, "no, she doesn't need any" and i saw a little jelousy there. He does whatever he can to try to get my attention all of the time and we have these moments where we lock eyes with one another and i get nervous a little. One day in class there was an empty seat next to me and his friend that was with him calls him and nodds his head toward the empty desk next 2 me and then they both smile. When i had a school dance he was there and my friend goes, "look, he keeps starring at you." He even changed his lunch table in to a closer one that was infront of mine so that he's sitting a little infront of me. There are a lot of other ones too. When he does these things, it seems to be that he may like me but im not quiet sure weather he does or doesn't. I want to ask him and tell him that i like him too(if he does like me) but im afraid that he will say he doesn't and evryone at school will find out and be like, "ooo, she likes him.." and he might look at me kinda weird and my reputation would be ruined. I mean does he like me? What should i do? Any advice will be very well appreciated..(sry that its so long) Sincerely,
Take the bull by the horns and walk up to him, make a little smalltalk and then say "You know, I am starting to have feelings for you, how about you?"
He most likely will say he has feelings for you too. BE BRAVE.
-- from George
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