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    So there's this guy who I like (sorry!) and basically he told my friend over facebook that he like's me but he's too shy to do anything about it and then for some reason deleted his facebook straight after When she told him to speak to me he told her to wait and see and maybe something would happen in the future. Anyway a group of us went out last night and he seemed to be flirting with my friend - joking around, always standing next to her and stuff and to be honest didn't seem particularly shy.

    I really like him and don't really know what to do, i'm not very confident! I've known the guy for about 3 years.

    Advice anyone?

    here are some ideas you could try:
    1) you could try and be with your friend and talk to him with her and try and fit in with the two of them. 2) You could also try just going up to him and asking him straight up if he likes you.
    3) Try to get really close to him just as a friend and then see if you both feel strongly about each other in the same way and see where that takes you. I'm doing this with a guy i like now and it seems to be working
    hope these ideas help you

    ^ I'd do the first idea in point 1, definitely not the second! Then point 2. See just how you are with one another and if you can become friends. Otherwise a relationship wouldn't really work anyway.
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