he says he wants to be friends, get to know each other and see what happens from there

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
A little over a month ago, a girl i worked with asked me if I wanted to go camping with her and her family. This was the first time I had met her brother and we hit it off very well. He lives right across the street from me so he comes over alot now and I see him at church functions as well. One of the ladies I work for feels "responsible" for me so she wrote him a letter trying to stop our friendship. It only made us admit that we are interested in each other but he says he wants to be friends, get to know each other and see what happens from there. My question is, what do you call this kind of friendship? and, Is there anything I can do to make things move a little faster without being pushy? Any other advice you can give would be appreciated.
P.S. I'v never had a boyfriend so this is all new to me!

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Sounds like things are going perfectly for you two.

Be friends with him and get to know each other well. While doing this, be physically affectionate with him. Lean against him, put your arm around him, tell him that you like him. He will respond to this affection. Everyone likes affection.

Things will work out fine for you!

-- from George
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