So basically I’ve got this girl im living with who ive started to develop feelings for. Whenever I talk to her I try to gauge whether she’s interested or not. Seems like there might be something there, but I’m not sure how to create a conversation/situation where I can show that I’m interested rather than just talking like friends/roommates like we have been for the past few months. I’m hesitant to say anything that might indicate that I’m interested for fear of making things awkward if she doesnt reciprocate the same feelings, but I’m pretty confident she does. So my question is, what’s a good way I could go about finding out/confirming if shes interested?
more info: college aged, and im often home when she is but we usually just stay in our own rooms besides ocasionally watching TV or having a smoke
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Pmo to yall tips
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Hi, fellas. I’ll try to make it short. I’m probably not the only one with this problem, so I hope we can share some stories and help each other out.
After a really bad breakup, I’m slowly starting to get back my game, I’m trying different things, exploring inside and out, challenging myself etc. The stuff we all do at some point.
I have this issue, it comes up like 90% of the time. When I approach, or start to get to know a girl, if our conversation gets personal or we get physical my emotions start to get the best of me and most of the times I find myself on the losing end. That’s when the confidence and masculinity start to disappear probably. I start overthinking, especially when the date/night or w/e it is is over, when I have to wait days and wonder what will come next. That happens with almost every girl I meet.
It’s probably a part of the learning process, but still… How do you all deal with this?
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Have any if you ever gotten the “as friends” text and still ended up hooking up/dating the girl who sent it?
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