Don't know what to talk aboutVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
my friend went out with this guy that i've known before her , i've liked him for three years now.. while my best friend was goin out with him i was goin out with his best friend only to be close to him... this way i could hang out with him and see him more often. After him and my friend broke up... me and him continued our friendship, he used to call me every night and i loved every minute i spent on the phone with him, we would always flirt with each other and he would always ask me if i like him, i would always say no at the beginning playing hard to get, and playing little games, and after i admited it and then we continued our friendship for a little bit then it stopped. We've been going on and off, talking sometimes and then we stop talking. I would always try to talk to him and try to see him but everytime i see him i freeze and dont know wut to say, because i like him so im afraid to make a fool of myself. after the summer he moved and started goin out w/ a girl he really really liked, and everytime i hear things about him and her being together i get jealous,now he's single.how do i get close to him again? i just want to be his close friend at least.
There are an infinite things to talk about. You can't make a fool of yourself as long as the conversation is two-sided and focused on your feelings. Try to figure out what your feelings are about life in general and be prepared to talk about friends, music, sports, school, family, etc.
Try to become his good friend again and see what happens.
Things could be worse... you just need to move things along in your direction.
-- from George
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