So, there is a guy that I like. He's a senior and I'm a junior. He's very nice and respectful and is interested in what I think and what I am interested in. He asked me on a date to go dancing a month ago, but then it didn't work out so we went out to dinner instead. This month, it was our schools Sadie Hawkins dance, so I asked him and he said yes. He had turned someone down before me because he wanted to go with me. He was so excited and told everyone about it and I was so certain that he liked me or had a crush on me or something. He would always hug me or sit next to me and put his arm over the back of my chair. But he never answers texts or phone calls rarely and never goes on Facebook. We only have one class together but its music so we can't really talk. He has senior friends, so I don't know why he'd like me of all people. At the first dance of the year, he was totally all over this girl dancing, but at the dance yesterday he didn't do that to me. I think he was just being respectful, but it was weird. I just cannot figure out if he likes me or not. I really want to ask him if he does, but I'm not so sure yet. Plus, he's leaving for college in the fall to the east coast, so I wouldn't get to see him much again unless I go to the east coast for college, which is a possibility. Am I just being paranoid and should I get over this, or do you all think it could go somewhere?
Thanks for the advice! :)
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hahaha, that's super cute.
This guy sounds like a good dude. There could be many reasons why he doesn't answer texts, phone calls or goes on FB - he is too busy, and really values face to face conversations. That's fantastic, in my opinion.
The reason he would be totally all over a girl is because he knows her comfort level, but with you, he was clearly being respectful and letting "you" tell him how close he could get. That's very cool.
And why is it so hard to believe that someone could like you? Age really doesn't matter. You obviously are doing something to attract him.
But let me tell you something here, and please heed my advice and research it. Long-distance relationships are KILLER. Don't do it, focus on your life first and the goals you want to achieve. Don't go chasing a boy across the country and forget about the things you want in life. If you both end up on the east coast, I would suggest pursuing it :)
And don't worry if nothing comes out of this. There are a million fantastic men out there who are respectable, funny and caring. You're gonna do just fine! Good luck!0