Hi girls 🙂 I’m just wondering if the way I go about making friends is childish or if the kids I want to be friends with would think that. I usually say “You seem like a good friend to have” or today I messaged a really nice boy in a couple of my classes; I asked him how he liked the class, I told him that we should talk more at school and that he seemed really nice. I’m confused tho because at school sometimes I just have a feeling he wants me to wait for him and talk to him, but he won’t accept my friend request and it says he’s seen my message. What did I do wrong and how can I do better for next time? Is this a good way to make friends? It’s the only way I know how and I know it makes people feel good. And if he doesn’t like me, why not? He smiles, and at least doesn’t look mad when I look at him in class and we make eye contact a lot. Sometimes he looks away, sometimes he doesn’t
|February 10, 2015 at 18:13|
I thought was I said was really sweet, so why would that put him off? The other kid I said that to was really happy, and helped me become his friend. I love it when people do that. Plus, I think God would want us to help each other out like that. We”re all friends following him together 🙂 Thank you so much for your help and let me know if there’s something I need to improve in this area!
|February 10, 2015 at 18:28|
I don’t think that it’s childish at all, but it might just be coming off a little bit too strong. It’s really sad, but now a days when girls are nice to guys, it is often mistaken for flirting, and that might be what happened. Here’s a 2015 guy translator:
|February 12, 2015 at 15:48|
oh. Thank you! I will keep definitely keep that in mind for next time! Is there a way to let him know I didn’t meant it that way? And he might not even talk to me or ignore me in class now. I just thought I was being really nice, like with a friend
|February 12, 2015 at 17:58|
I would say just start over and casually talk to him every once in a while and see how it goes. I wouldn’t try to explain it to him if I were you, and just move on and act like that awkwardness didn’t occur 😛
|February 13, 2015 at 13:15|
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