So, we started dating when the high school began, I was 14 and he was 15 . We dated for a year and really got along perfectly, except there was this one problem that with time tore us apart and made us just friends. As we were so young we were really shy about physical stuff so we basically just held hands and kissed on cheeks, once we partly kissed on the lips. It was going on like that for a year and then he said he thinks we're better of friends, as we've mostly been acting that way. It's been 14 months since we broke up, but we stayed friends. Now I'm his best friend and he's my best male friend. He said no one ever understood him more than I do and that he only opens up like that to me. When I asked him a few months ago if there's a chance of us getting back together, he said ''Now I don't think so, I wanna be your friend, but I'm not saying never. Who knows what the future brings.'' Now we're in the same shifts at school and will be able to see each other more often. Also, sometimes we flirt and it's more like teasing, but just that. And I noticed he likes to talk about the past and memories, but don't know how to make him make a move on me or sth and I don't wanna get rejected again and turn out a fool.
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"except there was this one problem that with time tore us apart and made us just friends"
...what was this problem? this could be a reason why he felt like things wouldn't work and why he feels better off as friends
however without knowing that "one problem" it seems like there is a chance you two could get back together, but I wouldn't hold your breahth. It's great that you two are such close friends so I wouldn't want to press that issue at risk of losing a friendship. I also would allow yourself to be open to other relationship possibilities. While it sounds like you and this dude have a really good relationship you'd really hate yourself if you waited to for a move on his part and it never came meanwhile you were sort of just waiting all that time and missing some potentially great dating opportunities1
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