Ok, so there’s a guy I like and I’m not sure if he likes me. I’m thinking about giving him a letter telling him I like him. Do you think I should???? We’re only acquaintances, and he’s kind of shy towards girls, so if he liked me back, I don’t know if he would tell me. Thanks!
|March 11, 2015 at 05:53|
From my experience, I learned that just telling him is the best way to go, because juggling it around for months and months makes everything hard on yourself.
|March 11, 2015 at 15:59|
Ok, thanks for the advice!! One thing I forgot to mention is that the way I know him is through a homeschool basketball program. The season is pretty much over, except that there’s a banquet soon to reminisce on the season. Do you think I should tell him then, or wait until next season (around November)??
|March 11, 2015 at 17:59|
I don’t know when the best time is to tell. I ended up telling my crush how I felt, because he’s one of my closest friends and I was beginning to have a really hard time keeping such a big thing from someone who I told everything to. (It turned out he liked me back – there is hope in the world! jk 😛 It was also the case that he was too shy to ever admit it on his own.) I’d been thinking about telling him for a while and had set a date – it turned out I didn’t say anything for another 9 or 10 months. I just got to a point where I simply could not go on without him knowing and I resolved to really go for it, but I wasn’t sure when. The next day, an opportunity presented itself and I took it. If it’s time, you’ll know. If you feel like you’re going to burst, tell him. If you feel like you can wait till November, I’d say wait. Because (as I’m discovering) having a romantic facet to a friendship brings with it a whole slew of other issues to deal with (that goes for all of life, I guess – when one struggle is resolved, a new one takes it’s place – every stage of life comes with its own set of difficulties). Anyway, whenever you tell him, know that you’re ready. (Though you can’t ever really be totally ready… sometimes you’ve just got to take the metaphorical leap.) Hope this helps.
|March 11, 2015 at 20:02|
Ok, thanks EmeraRider and E1000!!!
|March 11, 2015 at 20:49|
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