I can't bring myself to tell him how I feel for him

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
How do I know if I should ask him out?

Okay, well I've known this guy called B****** for like 1 year now, and we are really, really close friends, we have the best conversations about nothing in particular and like he sits on the bus with me every day and walks me to my locker and to and from classes and whatever, and he's like really shy though, so I don't think he's up to admitting his feelings, because I really like him and I'm not sure how to go about telling him, the ball is coming up soon, and all my friends think I should ask him there or just ask out in general, but I can't bring myself to tell him how I feel for him. I try bringing up the idea sometimes, but he seems to change the subject fairly quickly... Itís weird. Do you think he likes me, and how should I go about asking him? Thanks heaps!

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You can tell him by your actions rather than words.

Ask him to the ball and that will tell him you like him.

Keep on being his good friend. Give him warm hugs when you greet him and say goodbye.

Pretty soon he will get the message and then he will tell you that he likes you. If you want to tell him yourself, just say to him that you are "developing stronger feelings" for him. Wait to see what he will say, if he doesn't say anything, ask him how he feels about you.

See also our tips on how to date a friend at:


Good luck! George

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