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I think the best way to know what he is thinking and why he
is acting funny is to have a talk with him. You should approach him and ask to
speak in private. Maintain a cool and calm tone during this conversation. You
don’t want him to feel like you are trying to start a fight.
Begin by pointing out that you have noticed he has been
distant towards you and be prepared to give him example of when he has done
this because he will likely ask. Let him
know how you felt those when he was acting this distant way and why his
distance is becoming a concern for you. Remind him that you care about him and
just want for the two of you to be the best couple that you could possibly be.
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BY AMANDA POOLE ON 4/1/2012 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN guys, dating advice, GL's best guy advice, boyfriend Q & A, kissing crash course, first-kiss freak-out, weird guy stuff
oh never mind
by hermionegirl12 on 5/19/2012 8:31:55 PM
Oh btw that mod down there that I wrote? my parents r divorced so my dad dont know she dosnt know
by hermionegirl12 on 5/19/2012 8:27:57 PM
MOD! So, I’m a little old to be using this, but I’m 15. I really like this guy who goes to my church youth group. He’s 17. We’re definitely only acquaintances, but there a certain things he does that makes me think he likes me. He’s very friendly, teases me all of the time, and is always kind. We text occasionally. We have so much in common. Unfortunately, he doesn’t go to my school, so I only see him Sundays. I guess what I am asking is, he’s going to be 18 soon. Next year, he’ll be leaving for college, and if I talked about my feelings, and we did end up dating, would it be worth it? I truly know he is the kind of guy I would marry, (I’m not stupid and he’d still be around since he goes to my church but should I speak up?
by solosinger7 on 5/14/2012 3:49:37 PM
never mind i kissed him on last thursday
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