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I don't know what to do...



Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
My ex boyfriend, who i met at church, knew me for about three weeks or so before he decided to ask me out.
we went out for about a month, then he started having trouble with school and said "i think we need to be friends for a while"
i eventually got over it.
at first i tried to ignore him, but he really wanted to still be friends.
then the fighting started.
it seemed like every opportunity he got (i sometimes started it too, but on accident), he would provoke a fight.
it drives my church youth group crazy,
but it cant seem to be avoidable.
he rarely looks at me with direct eye contact. most of the time i catch him looking at me out of the corner of his eye
or from across the room.
the rare times he does look at me directly,
he gives me the "boyfriend look"
(eyes to lips)
and doesnt say anything
and keeps looking at me like that
until i look away.
my friends always tell us to
"stop flirting" and "stop fighting"
hes even told me jokingly
"you should listen to them. stop flirting with me"
but i honestly try not to.
its mostly him that starts it.
and i do still like him.
my friends agree with me,
and one of them even
told him to talk to me
but he never did.
i have a knack for knowing
when someones not telling me
something, and its that way with
him.
but i also know that if i go
to him directly and start
talking, he wont tell me anything.
he needs to come to me...like
hes supposed to...
but i want to know
if he does still like
me and doesnt know how to tell me.





RomanceClass.com Advice
Something is definitely going on between you two.

But, I am not sure whether he likes you or not. You would think that if he did like you he would say something or show you directly. If he won't talk to you it seems less likely that he likes you.

You should start taking an interest in other guys. This would be good for your own self and might spark an interest out of your ex.

Good luck! George

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