How do i get to know her on a personal level without reaching that whole "best friend status"?Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I have been single for quite some time now, I a'm 19 years old and my last girlfriend was when i was 15. I a'm fairly social and i have alot of friends. There is a friend of mine who at first i had an interest in then i found out she had a boyfriend. Being honorable i did not engage in flirtatious activities however we are now really good mates and in retrospect i wouldn't want it any other way. I have come to the conclusion i have no feelings for this girl i'm certain of it. However this has been the case for me over most of my life, either girls i have interest in turn into bestfriends and my feelings always go unspoken or they have boyfriends. I detest these males who relentlessly pursue any girl they have a slight interest in as they often go psycho when they can't have the supposed "girl of thier dreams". There is a girl now who i have interest in although i don't know who very well, i know for sure she is "my type". How do i get to know her on a personal and intimate level without reaching that whole "best friend status" which everyone that most of the time those feeling are only directed from one person. How do i let a girl know i'm interesed without looking desperate and without being too matey. And how can i get her to see me in the same way.
Although going through the friendship status is a good way to do it I can understand why you might not want to do that.
The other way is to be friendly, flirt with her and when she seems to like you then ask her out on a date. It can be something as simple as walking in a park or by a river or dinner. Women enjoy those things.
Good luck! George
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