I really need help. Ok there's this guy I like and i'm not sure if he likes me. Well, I think he likes me because his friend told my brother that he likes me. And all the signs are there too. But there's something telling me I shouldn't like him. I don't know why though. I mean we're friends, his brother is friends with my brother, he's really nice, cute, funny, and a great athelete. But I have a feeling that something bad will happen if he finds out that I like him and we start going out. What should I do?
geegollyHOLLY answered Monday August 14 2006, 2:20 pm: Well, I'm 14 and haven't started dating yet, so wait a little while and test the boundries. Find out his background and if everything looks and sounds ok ask him out on a date just as friends and take it from there. Don't sweat it. Hope I helped! ;) [ geegollyHOLLY's advice column | Ask geegollyHOLLY A Question ]
ifonlytheskywasgreen answered Sunday August 13 2006, 12:11 am: I suggest following your instincts, if you're not sure you should go out with him, you probably shouldn't. Just keep being friends with him, and maybe that feeling will go away, but even if it doesn't- it's fine, you're only thirteen, you've got time to find a guy you really like and are sure you want to be with. [ ifonlytheskywasgreen's advice column | Ask ifonlytheskywasgreen A Question ]
angelgurlemi answered Saturday August 12 2006, 11:34 pm: hmmm sounds interesting.. well if in your heart you feel that you really souldnt go out with him then i would trst that.. i had a feeling about a gut like that befor and it turned out he cheeted on me.. but if you just cant get over him maybe you should go for it, life is all about trial and error... hope this helps! [ angelgurlemi's advice column | Ask angelgurlemi A Question ]
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