ok so i've been friends with benefits with my best guy friend for about 7months now. i used to like him but then i just stopped liking him. that was about 5months ago. now about a month ago i realized i still like him. i just got back from a spring break vacation and the whole time i was on vacation i couldn't stop thinking about him...EVER. and i got butterflies. i never got butterflies that much before and i think i really love him. i think he likes me. we tell each other we love each other but it was always in the friendly way. i dont know how to tell him that i really really love him. i have more feelings for him than i did with my ex boyfriend.
sweetipie205 answered Monday April 9 2007, 2:02 am: I think that either you should confront him and tell him how you feel, if you r very couragous to do it (id freak out), or write him a simple note during class and tell a friend to give it to him. This way you wont freak out if you try to tell him. The best way to tell a guy that you have feeling for him is to confront him, Trust, if you tell him yourself, it will feel like about 300 pounds have been taken off your shoulders.But if you un confortable telling him yourself take my other sugestion(sp,i kindve forgot). Plz keep me posted about what happens. I would love to see how it turns out, plus, if you want to look at a few of my questions and help me, that would be great. I hope I helped ^_^ [ sweetipie205's advice column | Ask sweetipie205 A Question ]
christina answered Monday April 9 2007, 1:32 am: If you like this guy, you need to tell him how you feel about it. You can't have friends with benefits because if you get attached, he might not feel the same about you. But, just tell him.
wolfbaby123 answered Monday April 9 2007, 1:28 am: I would say go for it. Just totally go for it. If he says he loves you back, then hell yah for you. And even if he says no, it'll still be a hell of a lot better than going through life thinking what if. Good luck, and lots of love!
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