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Hey, im Natalie and im 12.So I've known him since we were babies and we're really close as family.But the thing is ive always liked him and i dont know if he likes me back cause hes starting to act strange with me these days.i love to enjoys the times with him and i dont know if he does too.How should I smoothly hint him about this feeling.? WITHOUT PEER PRESSURE.

nothing is sure, you have two options , be straight and tell him that you like him , or start giving him signs. if he wants something serious with you he should be able to make it happen .

there are still some ways to let a guy know you are interested. I don't think there's anything wrong with letting a guy know you have feelings for him,flirt with him,ask him out for dinner or a movie,maybe he's just shy or not sure that u feel the same/Drop Hints Tell Him that You Like Him.the guy will have absolutely no clue that you have a thing for him. If you want to show a guy that you like him, you have to take an interest in him by getting to know him, and then drop some hints that you see him in a romantic light. If you want to know how to show a guy that you like him without looking desperate or sending mixed signals, just follow these steps.•Don't fall into the Friend Zone. You should try to be his friend, but don't develop such a deep friendship that it'll get weird if you try to take things to a romantic level.Use your common interests as a starting point. If you want to get to know the guy, you can start talking about all of the things you have in common, from your families to your favorite sports teams. If you don't have so much in common, you can learn from each other, and may find yourself picking up on some of his interests. And if you want to pretend to care a little more about his favorite sports team than you really do, then that's okay too.
•Most guys love talking about sports. If you both like the same sports team or sport, you can talk about it; if not, you can read up on his favorite team and casually drop some facts;•Use music as a common bond. See if you have any of the same favorite bands -- if not, ask if he has any recommendations for you. If you've developed your friendship enough, you can even make him a CD of your favorite music to grab his attention.
•Talk about your families. Keep it light and talk about your siblings or any pets you have or had growing up.
•See if you like the same type of food. If he finds out that you love sushi too, he'll be more likely to ask you to go to the new sushi bar in your neighborhood.Laugh at the same things. Find a common thing that the two of you can laugh about, whether it's the fact that one of your mutual friends never matches, or the creepy poster in the back of your math class. Whatever reason you both have for laughing, you'll develop a deeper bond with the guy and will show him how much fun you can be.
•If you find something that the two of you can laugh about, then this will create a little inside joke and will make you grow closer.
•You can even find the same pet peeve to laugh about. If there's an annoying teacher you both can't stand, or if you both hate a certain pop music star, you can have a good laugh over this together.

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