Does adding a person on social media site means the person is interested t you?
I have a question, I met this person in our school and we often see each other but somewhat I wanna make friends with her, but I have no strength to approach that is why I let this pass by but one day, she add me on facebook without any reason-- I dont know why? Can you site some reasons why she adds me we dont even communicate but she find my account?
I am just too perplexed of what is the reason. I wanna know why people behaves like that, for I am not an expert with that
If you have your information filled out on Facebook, Facebook automatically suggests people you might know (In your hometown, at your place of work, or where you go to school etc).
Could be she recognized your face from the suggested friends list and just wanted to add you. Plenty of people simply add random friends on Facebook just so they can have bragging rights for whatever reason. I am not saying that is what she did, but it seems to be the most likely.
As far as everything else goes with approaching her, thats all you. You can get all the advice in the world, but it wont mean anything if you dont actually act upon it.
She probably just want to be friends, similar to how you wanted to be friends with her. So long as she is not stalking you then it's probably no big deal. You can always choose to be her friend or not.
Well, approach her. You never know until you hear it straight from the horses' mouth. Befriend her friends, then ask them to introduce you to her.
She may be another writer, just trying to increase her page views - so, she added you! Lolol! Get offline and have a life, kiddo!
Best case scenario: She's into you.
Middle case scenario: She wouldn't mind reading a funny thing you wrote to the world.
Worst case scenario: She wants to bolster her friend count to look popular.
In all of these cases, the only way to truly have something is to go after it. Waiting for signs and hints and suggestions is not only frustrating, but may easily land you in the dreaded "friend zone" (Because being polite about how you feel is friendly, but not romantic).
My suggestion is to ask her out if she's available. If she's not into that, you have your answer, and there are truly many women out there that are waiting. Plus - You can always date and come back to this one later if you choose. Then you have some additional new perspective.
Best to go get that happiness and not wait for it (IMHO)!
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