Maybe you can educate me here, why don't you want to be obvious?What if your crush fancies you too but doesn't want to be obvious? You two could go around for eternity not being obvious, never realising and not getting it together!Ask them out already! Ask them
You just have to bring up the courage to start a conversation with her.I know it's easier said than done, but you can do it. I sometimes find it easier to start talking to people online, preferably Instagram for me, and then after texting I ask if they want to meet up in person.You
Little story.I am 16 and this guy I used to date was 23. Seven years older than me. I am not English, I live in an European country and here where I live the age of consent is 14. I've never had
Start off by saying 'Hi'You could get a little cheesy by saying,
Take a deep breath, hope for the best, and understand that there could be rejection... so have a plan if the rejection happens. Plan on letting your crush know if they say "no" that it's okay and you'll be willing to be friends... or if
Hey!Surprise! However hard it feels to get over him, you will get over him. So be happy and give time some time.I don't know how badly you have a crush on him. It can't be worse than mine! I went to Mumbai all the way from Delhi
I have a crush on a stranger, who I just recently wanted to ask out. But now I don't see him anymore. Should I move on?
Aah.!! I can so relate to your situation. But my experiences are different.I have always kind of ‘blew up' my chances in approaching my crushes. I approach with major planning, (a month's time), develop all the self confidence, think of every alternative
I have a huge crush on a girl of my class, seeing her everyday only making it worse. How should I get over this?
Whenever you feel like you are losing control, in terms of emotions or actions, it means that you are being guided by your subconscious needs and the chemicals in the brain.The key is to trick your brain into functioning differently.In your scenario, you
I'd say yes, a crush is the best word to describe it. Everyone has crushes (usually celebrities) without actually knowing them in person because they are beautiful, funny, have nice eyes or etc. When you like them for their personality as well, that can be called liking. So having a crush on someone is normal but an obsession isn't.
It's not wrong to have a crush. We are hard-wired to. Whether it's OK for you to hang out with her, to touch or kiss, very much depends on your culture. I don't know where you are from, and everything depends on
I'm a 15 year old girl and I have a huge crush on my classmate. How should I tell him that I love him?
As long as it is only a crush and you realise it so, it is best to not tell that you LOVE him. It is only crush....and rightly so, at 15, it is best to mind your life and learning several other skills, along with how to date etc.
Less than a century ago you could have married her, so it is not as insane as people would like to describe. One answer was correct in that you have to abide by the rules of a society you live in. If you are interested in her for a life partner,
It's not weird, because at 17 a teenage boy can physically appear similar to a 26 year old man if he has finished, or is far into puberty.And anyway, if not for the fact that he's 17 a 9 year age gap would probably not be considered an issue. You're young yourself.However, I would urge you
No. It is completely normal to have a crush. 15 is also a perfectly fine age to have a relationship with someone, as it also doesn't mean it is sexual.And, I'm sorry, but it looks to me that you are concerned that your daughter has a crush on another girl!! This concern should not exist!! There is absolutely
I failed,i failed,i failed i did my best to get over from her still i failed ,i gave up, i accepted the fact that i cant get over from her no matter how hard i try .I am even so loyal to my crush that i
Doesn't sound like he's a stranger at all. Sounds more like somebody who just wanted a booty call. Why do you want him so badly? You realize he's not interested in anything other than sex, and you were right in your behavior when you rejected him the first time.Look, he's not the type of
Think about them doing something really embarrassing. Better yet: ask them about a completely embarrassing moment that they have. (If they feel too shy to begin, offer them yours.)Not only will it help break the ice between both of you, it's also a great test for whether someone is open to spontaneous, weird conversations and events. But of course,
I think my crush knows I like him. Before I found out he has a girlfriend, I thought he liked me back. It seems like he's avoiding me but he also gives me signs that make me confused. What should I do?
I think you should leave him alone. You know he has a girlfriend. He may be avoiding you to prevent issues for himself. He may also be flattered by your interest but doesn't want to act on that. Try to be a friend
I'm married but have had a crush on someone since high school. My husband has been a jerk lately and talks about divorce every time we argue. My crush recently reached out to me. Should I respond?
Honestly if you were crushing on someone since high school then you should have married him instead but you didnt! So dont do this to your husband, you should try to work it out first communication is important. You must talk
My crush talks to his mom about me, sometimes she tells me what he says about me, is this a good sign?
What does she tell you? If he says good things about you, then it's a good sign. She wants you to know how he feels about you(in a good way). If he's saying negative things about you, then that's not a good sign, because this means that