In my last post, I was talking about how i met this guy that i met 2 month ago and i have an interest for.->(sit and wait?) Well thank you again for your advices, but yesterday when i came online, like always, ive IMd him and he wasent talking much. Normaly, well based on my experiences, i can feel if the other person has a feeling for me and i think that his feelings are only based on friendship. Next year,i am going to be in the same cegep as him, who knows maybe if we spend more time together things might evoluate? or maybe we will just grow apart.( Friendship is a good start)
I think it would be too fast to tell him that i would like our relationship to grow into a romantic one and honestly, since now I have this feeling that he's not interested, I do not have the motivation to go tell him what I feel.
It would be so much easier if he could just call me and ask me out, I dont know if im quiting too fast?I have been in another relationship that ended a year and a half ago and my ex was literaly running after me, so maybe im just used to that?
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Why don't you just take it a step at a time? You're right - it could very well be too soon. Let things progress on their own and see how it turns out. If he isn't interested, I'm sure it will be clear to you soon.. but there might just be other things going on in his life. Wait and see! Best of luck.
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This was already posted in your last thread.
It's been about two months, I'm assuming. So instead of playing the waiting and mind games, why don't you casually ask if he's interested? You're just overanalyzing and assuming and reading actions and emotions, so why not as just be sure by making a conversation out of it? You end up having to because this situation just can't go on for months.
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