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    So yesterday, I had my first kiss and the problem is I don't think the guy enjoyed it. I mean I don't even know if I enjoyed it, I had no idea of what I was doing and now I'm feeling paranoid and scared about what will happen now, as we are very close friends. Everyone's reasurring me that it will be fine but I'm worried in case he doesn't like me and won't talk to me again. You see after I realised what I had done I pulled away, it felt really awakward, he said

    The worst thing you can do is assume. I’m sure he was just as nervous as you were considering you were friends. Crossing boundaries can be tricky and awkward.

    I’m not experienced as such myself lol but rejection is horrible to deal with. I would say play it cool, let him make the next move. If he avoids you all together don’t go searching for him. Let him chase you. If you do want to kinda get the ball rolling just make sure there’s a situation where you’ll both be able to talk, alone if possible, if not a situation where you’ll interact even if ya just a hey.

    Don’t act like nothings happened because he might be nervous too and that may push him away, just play it cool like subtleties. Well if that makes sense lool
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