Question Hi my names Michelle and I recently started talking to this girl I met a few days ago and she's nice and everything but i don't know if she wants to be my friend and wether or not i should still talk to her so my question is how can you tell if someone wants to be your friend?
We're both 16 by the way
Answer Hi Michelle.
It's very easy to get confused when you first meet someone you think you might be friends with. A lot of questions come to mind: How does this person feel about me? Do they want my friendship just as much? How do I let them know I want to be their friend?
My best advice is to just put yourself out there as much as possible but still take things slow. People are generally nice to each other; that's a great start. It doesn't seem like she's turned off from you, which is a definite plus. Just start off by making easy, light conversations with her and let it evolve from there. Most importantly, remember to be yourself. Don't try to change just to impress her based on what or who you think she will like. And trust me, I'm sure she has the same questions about you on her end. At least you aren't alone!
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thanks for your answer i'll keep those tips in mind
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