Should I tell him I Love him or is that too much for now?
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I don't know if you will be able to answer my question, but I thought I needed an outside opinion and nobody else seems to want to try to answer my question. Here's my "story"...
I have Loved this Guy for almost three years now. I met him when he was a senior in High school and I was the lowly freshman. We became friends, but we were never REALLY all the close, after all I only had one class with him. I fell in Love with him right away and I haven't stopped loving him since. Now he is a college sophmore and I am a jounior in high school. We are still friends. We write and E-mail eachother, but I have only been able to actually see him twice since he has graduated even though he goes to school less than a half hour from where I live. He is extreamly busy, plus it is slightly akward (for me at least) because like I said before we were technically not that close before he graduated. I have never told him how I felt for fear of losing what little I have with him now, but there isn't a second that goes by that I don't think about him. Now he is talking about moving states away, for his music. I want to tell him...something...before he goes. I don't know how much he knows about how much I actually care about him, but I need to let him know at least a part of how much I care before he leaves. How can I tell him? Should I tell him I Love him or is that too much for now? Also, this is something I feel like should be done is person, but I don't know if I can do that...Is a letter to impersonal? I'm just kind of stuck right now and any advice you have for me would be greatly apperciated.
Since meeting him is very difficult a letter would be ok.
Just tell him that you have "developed feelings" for him and you wonder how he feels about you.
His answer will tell you what you want to know. My guess is that he will say it won't work out because he is moving so far away but I could be wrong.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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