Yes, I need advice.
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Thread Topic: Yes, I need advice.
At the end of 2011 I began to like a close friend of mine (let's call him J). I told another friend (K) about how I liked him. K told me that J told her that he had begun to develop "romantic feelings" for me and how perfect it was. I talked to J about it and he said that he did indeed say that, but he was beginning to believe that the feelings were actually platonic. I did tell him how I felt (I believe that was better than keeping it a secret). J said he would respect my feelings but made it very clear that we are nothing more than friends.
After this, J and I began to get in a lot of arguements. He started to seem like a gigantic ass so my feelings for him began to dwindle (or so I thought). I told him that I didn't like him anymore, and we never spoke of it again. (All of this happened before the end of last school year.)
I just have a hard time believing his feelings are solely platonic, though. I mean, whenever I'm not looking or seem to be drifting off into space, J will whisper, "I love you." This started last January (about) and has happened every once in a while since (latest being today). He still acts like a dick sometimes, but at others he's nicer and even a bit flirty.
Why would a guy do this? It makes no sense.
LuluM JuniorGuys make no sense lol
Just kidding, maybe he still has feelings for you but just doesn't know how to deal with that... Give him some time, things will work out =]
It's just weird. I mean, what guy just stares at you and says, "I love you," when he thinks you're not paying attention?
Krimsalt NewbieHow old are you? This sounds like common male-wooing in high school. Remember, as guys our intelligence is dwindled in the presence of a female we are attracted to like kryptonite weakens superman. I think it is all very puppyish,
I'm sixteen, and that makes sense.
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