Well I really like a guy that I met last summer. We've seen each other twice at a singing course before he aksed my teacher my cell number. But it wasn't really a date, he just asked me if I wanted to sing with him to make a kind of a group and then singing together on a stage. I liked the idea so I accepted. Since the beginning of the year we see each other every friday evening after the lesson. And when there's no lesson, he comes at my place. The thing is that I find him very confusing. I don't know what he feels at all. Sometimes he's nice to me, sometimes less...
I don't even know why he asked my number. First I thought it was because he liked the way I look but I'm more and more doubtful about it. He doesn't really enstrust his life to me, so me neither. What do you think? Is he just shy or is he just not into me? Do you have some advice for me, like making the first move?
Thank you in advance :)
Make the first move! He sounds like he at least enjoys your company...you have nothing to lose!!
why not?? make the first move girl! dont listen to the world that tells you guys have to court you. were in the 21st century!
He probably wanted your number because he is interested, he just isn't making it obvious. In his defense about entrusting his life to you, he would need to get to know you more before he could make a claim so great. What do I really think? This isn't one of the moments you should rush, get to know him first and be able to see all the good and bad points he has, if he ask you out in the process that's perfect if not then make sure that you like him and have at least some small way of telling he would say to being your boyfriend. Of course, making a quick first move wouldn't be that bad since you have nothing at all to lose. Good luck.
Maybe you could try talking to his friends to see if they know what he thinks of you? Also, lots of guys like honesty. You could always try asking him outright if he likes you or not. Every guy is different. It seems like you know him pretty well.......besides, the worst thing he can say is "no." you have nothing to lose :)