Okay so there is this boy I like and we are friends and I talk to him in school allll the time but he found out I like him and he doesn't talk to me as much he said he didn't mind me liking him but it's obvious he does. I don't know shat to do about him
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Relationships category? Maybe give some free advice about: Love Life? nikz answered Saturday March 19 2011, 7:04 pm: well i'm sure that he just saw you as a friend and he liked it that way and probably feels that if the two of you start dating it would completely ruin your friendship so he doesn't like you in that way but you should definately confront him about it but tell him that by him finding out that you like him doesn't mean that it should affect your friendship because you like speaking to him, but you should'nt bring it up that you like him again because this could ruin things but just be strong:)
GradingCurve answered Saturday March 19 2011, 4:08 am: The worst things in life are giving people exactly what the ask for. The best things in life is when you do it for you.
With that said... I'm unable to guess at what type of guy he is... but maybe he is completely a NON attention whore or maybe he may have heard someone specific about you from another person in his clique. Whatever his reason for acting weird... you made him reconsider how he sees you and how he thought you saw him.
If you fret over his why when he doesn't even completely understand his own decision to act and reply to you the way he does, then you waiting on him gives up too much time you could be focusing on yourself and the loved ones around you whose feelings aren't unreadable. If you feel like pressuring him into a definitive answer you either gonna get your definite answer or you're gonna scare him off. Whatever you do just brace yourself for imapact! It will probably be a game changer anyway... whether its good ot bad...
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