There is a type of passionate so-called love where you see each other, can't get enough of each other and end up with a "squeak between the sheets" every time you turn around. Is that love? I don't think so, and I think it's simply passion. If you don't mind that, then there is nothing wrong with it. Then there is just pure love, where you look at that person and you feel like you have a thousand butterflies in your stomach and your heart is pounding. You love them so much you actually hurt inside. You can't wait to see them again, and when you are together there is laughter, communication, loyalty, honesty and a general peace within each other. Friendship and love is so closely related and that's what can confuse us at times. Of course chemistry is always there sneaking around every corner too. It's possible to have just male friends if you are a woman, or female friends if you are a guy. I have several male friends and my husband has several female friends and we all get together every so often. If both of you are at least holding hands, or if you think he's tried to kiss you or gotten so close to you, you can feel his warm breath on your face, then I would say this is more than just friendship. Sometimes when we start out as friends (as you can see by many of the posts on this board) we are so afraid of telling the other person how we really feel. Don't be afraid! I suggest you say this to him, "We've been seeing each other for a long time, so what do you think about the whole thing?" Of course he's going to look like you just struck him with a taser gun, and add, "where do you think our relationship is going?" If he still looks stunned then say, "are we dating or are we friends? I need to know." That simple! If he believes you are just friends you have the choice of remaining friends or perhaps it hasn't sunk into him yet that he actually loves you. Take is slow! Good luck Marcy
He may not be comfortable with the idea of telling someone out right that he likes you. Don't be in a rush. Time will tell. If all else fails, you could always be the brave one and ask him privately if he likes you and be honest that you like him too... he could need the confidence that you like him. Nobody likes to be rejected. On the other hand, you shouldn't count on the relationship either. The truth is that you just don't know what someone thinks unless you talk to them individually. If he only likes you as a friend, you have to decide whether that is okay with you, and whether you still want to be friends with him.
it could mean only one of two things. either he likes you(as a friend) or he likes-likes you(as more than a friend). you need to ask him what it was about. if it's about him falling in love with you or you being in danger he likes-likes you. if it is about you being in the background you know not a major role then he just likes you.
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