There's this girl who I just recently met in a college course and have been talking to her for for weeks. I think I'm already starting to fall in love with her. She's already given me her cell phone number and we have texted a couple of times already for school projects and to say hi. She's a sweetheart who's very accepting and understanding of me but at the same time, I feel like I don't want to bother her and come off as a creeper or a stalker by texting her a lot, hence why I've only texted her a couple of times.
I really feel like telling her how I feel but the problem is, she's always very busy outside of college with looking for another part-time job, doing things for her family and doing her class assignments so I hardly ever had the chance to have a strictly alone time between me and her, like a date. Heck, not even a simple hang out. I don't know if she has a feeling for me and probably will only want to see me as a friend.
I'm reluctant to tell her after my class some day because I have the feeling that I might stress her out more with telling her about my feelings toward her since she's a very busy person, despite that I've never seen her ever angry, irritated or in any intolerant/negative sort of mood.
Idk. Should I just be straight forward and honest with her about my feelings after class following this week or wait a little more patiently? A couple of guys tell me to never hold a woman up about my true feelings because she'll eventually "friendzone" me and another guy will take her while one female friend told me to be patient and never rush a relationship. She's single BTW.
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Don't listen to those guys telling you to never tell a girl how you feel because of some 'friendzone' rubbish. Maybe don't straight up ask her to be your girlfriend just yet, but you can ask her to join you for dinner, coffee, or some more intimate places so she can catch on to the fact that you're into her indirectly. Tell her that you find her really interesting, and would love to get to know her a little more over one of those.
Should work like a charm.
I don't think it's too soon to be already falling in love with someone. I think that with some people, the chemistry is so right and you can be so compatible that when you look back in retrospect, you started falling from the first time you hung out.0