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A few days ago, I started seeing a kid from my middle school around my high school. He was in the grade below me with my sister, so I’m not completely sure he remembers me. We didn’t talk that much. I was walking with my head down the other day and when I looked up, he was just smiling and staring at me. Another time last year, his face lit up when he saw me in the lunchroom, his eyes his sparkled and he started running his hands through his hair and flipping it while looking at me. Today he was walking with another girl and I ended up behind them. I was looking ahead but he looked at me and when I saw him he turned around really quickly. He seems to like me or consider me a friend, but he won’t follow me back on Twitter or Instagram. I followed him this weekend. He followed my friend but not me. Does social media mean anything or that someone doesn’t like you? I also sent him a Facebook request but he doesn’t post a lot. Should I try talking to him when I see him next and try to be his friend, or would he be mean about that? A lot of his friends were mean to me.

I’m also seeing some other girls and people from my middle school. I know it makes sense they would go to my high school, but they just seem so much more loving and compassionate towards me and I don’t know why. I had some social issues in middle school and that caused some unnecessary incidents. I still feel really bad about it. Of course I wish I knew better, but patience and a friend would have helped. They were also some rumors that weren’t true. I think my friend Kyle was new in seventh grade, so he didn’t really pay attention to the rumors. There have also been rumors about him in high school. I’ve heard he’s sweet, but I don’t know if a lot of people like him. I’ve also had other friends a lot of people didn’t like and they ended up being one of the sweetest friends.

Would these people want to be my friend now? and why are they being so nice? And don’t get me wrong, I love seeing them because they are so nice now and I feel like I know them really well!

Thank you for your help!

November 2, 2015 at 15:12
sunnydeelovely

sunnydeelovely

Hi there! So, first I want to say that you may be reading too much into all of this. Reading people can be extremely challenging, especially in high school. When I was in high school, I always thought that so-and-so liked me and this girl was being mean to me, etc. And a lot of the time, it just wasn’t the case. Try not to over analyze every little thing someone does, especially not a guy because half the time they don’t even know what they want, haha.
Ultimately, I say this: If you want to talk to him, talk to him. In the end, even if he is rude to you, it’s not the end of the world. But most people won’t just be blatantly rude when you talk to them, so I wouldn’t worry about that. And about the friend issue: If those girls are being nice to you now, that’s awesome! I truly believe that people can change and be kinder people than they previously were. However, I wouldn’t dive into friendships with them either, if they were mean to you previously. They may be nicer now, (and I do believe in second chances) but you should always guard your heart. Be kind to them, but you don’t necessarily have to friend them. Unless you really want to, that is. In the end, it’s all up to you. Just remember, people are wishy-washy. Try not to over analyze and over think everything; be nice to others and, in most cases, they will be nice to you.
Oh, and the social media issue: Honestly, it’s hard to base anything off of social media interactions. You aren’t face to face with the person, so you aren’t seeing their reactions, and it’s just not a great way to communicate. Try not to worry about people not adding you or following you back. Find your worth in God, not in people. 🙂 God bless, and good luck!

November 9, 2015 at 10:07
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