I like this guy in my school and well, I'm in band and so is he

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I like this guy in my school and well, I'm in band and so is he and at camp he seemed to like me. He looked at me all the time, attempted to talk to me, and even checked me out, but nothing happened. Lately, he has an online blog thing and I talked to him once, but since then nothing. Now, he's talking to my friend M, and I think he likes her and stuff, and I don't know how to move on. He's asking her to go to his party and he's complimenting her, and I guess I'm old news. How can I move on without being hurt over something that never was? And what was with his behavior at camp? Help!


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Boys are always checking out girls and sending messages.

When this happens, the girl can give clues that she is interested too. If she doesn't he usually moves on. This seems to be what happened in your case. The next time you know someone is interested in you be more aggressives and make some moves on them.

The way to move on is to start looking for boys that interest you and say hi to them with a big smile and eventually talk with them. Doing this will help take your mind off the other guy that's worrying you now.

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