give me step by step on how to hold his hand

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Ok well you just told me just reach out and hold his hand well there are other people around us so i dont want to look like a idot.And i am olny 13 his alomost 14 what do i do can you give me step by step on how to hold his hand. Sorry one more His moving two hours away and the last time i might get to see him just me and him is in church and one last time at school i have 1day of school left what am i suppose to do when his gone? And how am i going to keep him. Advice
If you want to hold hands with him at lunch, either you are going to have to reach out to him or you are going to have to ask him to hold your hands. My advice is to ask him to hold your hand.

OK suppose you are going to do it. Wait until you are done eating and then reach over and grab the hand closest to you and hold it. Or if you want to try while you are eating reach over with your left hand and and grab his left hand so you leave your right hands free for eating.

If he is moving 2 hours away, make sure you give him your phone number, email address, and street address. As soon as he is settled down in his new town find out the information for him (email probably won't change). Then you two need to keep in contact as much as you can.

A more common sense approach to this would be to give him a going away present and then don't expect to ever see him again. This would mean that you would need to find a new boyfriend. But that's easy, right!

I wish you well, I know this isn't easy for you!

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