Break it to him gently
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
I am getting mixed messages from a good friend. In the past I got the message that he only wants to be friends but we often flirt (quite full on) in e-mails and text (he lives a distance away so we don't see each other often). I sometimes think he is not interested because he is under the impression that I only want to date him because I have been single for a long time but this is definately not the case as it was kind of love at first sight for me but we ended up as just friends for whatever reason. Should I try to tell him this, and how without making him uncomfortable. He is coming to visit in 3 weeks.
You are right, it is time to let him know where you stand. The question is how do you tell him without being too abrupt about it.
My advice is to wait a while after he shows up and when you are alone and the time is right, say something like "I'm having strong feelings for you." If you get no answer or a wishy washy answer then ask him how he feels about you.
Hopefully you will get the answer you are looking for!
-- from George
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