Ok...well there is this guy David that I liked last year, for almost the entire year. Two months before the year ended I had my friend tell him how I felt (we hadn't really talked before) but that same day he had just started going out with another girl although he was also interested in me. Well now me and David are just starting to talk (he broke up with his gf when summer vacation started) and we can only talk on the phone because he's in college now (for those curious and concerned, I'm 17 and he just turned 19 so age is not a problem). Well, we've only been talking since last Thursday and we stay on the phone for hours at a time so we know each other really well. But do you think that we're beyond the relationship point since we have gotten to know each other a little too well? We have plans to meet up this weekend and also next weekend but I'm not sure if he just wants to do this as friends or is actually still interested in me as more than a friend. So do you think that it was a mistake to get to know each other too well?
Well, i think your 1st mistake was getting a friend to tell him how YOU feel. I dont like when girl get people to do something they should do. Was it a mistake getting to know him too well? No, if he ends up just wanting to be friends you'll be best of friends knowing a lot about each other. It once happend to me, I thought the same thing about if it was a mistake and it turns out no it wasnt. I hope he ends up wanting more than just a friendship, Good Luck.
How far away does he live? If its far do you really want a long distance relationship? Do you want a relationship with someone who you might not be able to see but on weekends? Getting to know someone is never a bad thing. It is always important to get to know someone especially if you are interested in them. See how things go this weekend. I would say just hang out with him and be yourself. Maybe you two will kiss or something. If so it will be a little easier to talk about how you feel. Good luck.
No, he doesn't live far away at all, he lives just 10 minutes away and goes to a community college. But anyways, I know that it's a good thing that we're getting to know each other really well, but I think that could possibly ruin the chances for a relationship. It's happened to me before -- I really liked this guy, and once I got to know him better I only thought of him as a friend.
Right now I still like David and I want to go out with him, but I don't know if he changed his mind about liking me since we've gotten to know each other. He might just think of me as a really good friend now...