Or are we nothing but just close friends?

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I have this friend who I had pretty good acquaintance with, but ever since prom night we've gotten a lot closer. Now, she calls me every night for the past 3 weeks since prom and we just talk and talk and I think I'm starting to fall for her. But how exactly can I tell if she likes me? Not only that we've been talking a lot lately, she's willing to come over my house or go hang out with me anytime I ask her to. And she seems interested about my personal life and we've learned a lot about each other in just a couple weeks. We even talked about making plans and doing things together in the future, like traveling places together and doing many other things together. Are these signs that shows that she likes me? Or are we nothing but just close friends?

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You are now close enough for you to ask her how she feels.

Here is an unstressful way which should not threaten your friendship: say to her "I am beginning to develop feelings for you, pause to she what she says. If she doesn't answer or say anything meaningful, ask her how she feels about you.

It certainly sounds like she likes you a lot-- and a lot more than a friend.

It's better to ask than to wonder!

Good luck,

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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