Question Posted Saturday September 7 2013, 12:13 am
So I've never had a boyfriend before because I was too scared to be heartbroken and stuff. Well my crush asked me out and I don't want to say no, but I don't want to say yes... Of course I want to go out with him and everything, but I've never kissed before and I've never dated :/ ... Any advice? Answers ASAP are appreciated.
Athena4896 answered Saturday September 7 2013, 4:26 pm: Hi! I haven't had much dating experience either. Recently, a girl asked me out, and I was a little nervous. But it is actually very fun to go out with someone whom you like.
I, too, was worried about being heartbroken when my girlfriend and I first started dating. I was worried that she would get tired of being with me and then break up. But just relax, and focus on having fun rather than the possibility of being heartbroken -- it will make the relationship much more enjoyable.
There are so many fun things you can do when you are dating someone -- whether it's going to a cafe together, going together for the next school dance, or simply hanging out with each other at school. Even sitting together and talking can be fun. You can find out more about what things you have in common.
And you said you've never kissed before. Don't worry about that yet. When you both feel comfortable with the idea, and the time feels right for it, then you can do it.
I think you should go for it. Being in relationships with people is a part of life, and dating someone for the first time can be very enjoyable and exciting. You might feel nervous about it now, but you could end up having fun and really enjoying it.
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