If you like someone, how would you casually admit that to him/her?
Oftentimes, our nervousness eats us up and we end up chickening out. So, not wanting that, we try to be so blunt. How do we become creative with telling something more than "Hey, I like you."?
it might be hard to admit to a girl or a guy that you are into them without giving too much away and then they might take advantage.....Well, here are some ways you can prevent making a mistake and still be able to improve expressing your feelings
try to keep your eyes on that person you are talking to,if you are nervous to do that then write a letter to him or her and give it to that person, but make sure if you are talking to that person do not argue with him or her....let them know how do
you feel for them.
important thing is be confident and do it when he or she is alone and not busy
Being loved is the coolest thing in the world and love some one is the hardest thing in the world
but purposing a girls to merry is hard instead of asking her I like you or I love You
Simply, tell them you like them. Then, be composed, watch their eyes. Observe their physical reaction. It will always be a wonderful reaction. Who doesn't like to be told that they are liked?
If I simply found myself smitten, I would get a rose and approach her. And once she asked what the rose is for I'd tell I wanted to see her smile. Once she asked why would I wanna see her smile? I'd tell because enjoy her smile and everything about her.
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