Main / Dating Flirting and Romance


  You have to tell her about your feelings, no matter if it is late or not. She has to hear it all from you. Just choose a suitable time for confession.. If she's at least not indifferent to you, she will listen. Try to explain the situation. Just you and her... Anyway, as you say, there's nothing to lose, so go ahead!
Responded: Gorgeous


  I think you should write her a letter. This will help you be able to say everything you want her to know without interruptions, or fear of her reactions. Plus you can edit it so that you are completely comfortable with what you say. She also gets the opportunity to read and reread the letter while she determines her feelings. She obviously likes you if she spends most of her visits hanging with you, but more than likely she won't make any moves unless she gets a clear signal from you. Good luck.
Responded: Guest


  U should definitley tell her exactly how U feel!!!!!!!!! 4 tha most part...girls like it when guys speak to them straight up and not have thier friends do all of tha talking!!!!!!! U need 2 tell her how U feel about her B 4 she's gone and has somebody else by her side...if it does'nt work out at least she knows she has somebody who really cares deeply about her!!!!!!
Responded: Guest


  you should forget about her. shes definitely forgotten about you.
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