Dear Dish-It: LOVE Quickies (9)
Dish-it gets so many questions, she doesn’t always have time to answer them all separately! Here are some quickie answers for some of the questions you asked about love, dating and relationships. Check to see if your question is answered here!
I think I’m in love with this guy but I just broke up with my boyfriends and they are best friends. Should I still ask him? – hayhayzbffla
You can ask him out if you want, but be ready for your ex to be pretty steaming mad! And, if this new crush says “no,” then you’ll be dealing with two guys against you.
I want to go out with someone but I have an Internet boyfriend I really love a lot – more than heaven! But I just want to go out with someone to see how it feels – my web crush is from Guyana so I couldn’t see him in person even if I wanted to. – siddhi
If I were you I’d explain my honest feelings to my Internet boyfriend. Let him know your long-distance relationship is hard on you and you want to see how it feels to go on a real date with a boy. Maybe he’ll say it’s OK for you to date someone who lives closer to you – but be careful, he may get angry and want to break up.
I really want to e-mail a boy I like but I’m scared he will tell other people. – sexysc
If you have any fears or reservations about e-mailing this guy, I wouldn’t do it. Wait until a time you’re not feeling scared or nervous about it at all.
I want to go on a date – I know all about sex, love and boyfriends – but I’m not allowed, Is it OK for me to go on online date sites? – sexy sc
No, if you’re not old enough to date in person then you’re definitely not old enough to be dating online. Also, if you do decide to go online, you need to tell your mom and dad about it. Internet dating sites can be dangerous for kids! Be careful!
This boy at school likes me and I kind of like him, but there’s another guy I’m in the same situation with – what do I do? – babytinker10
You can either go on liking both (and being honest with them about it) or pick one to have a more serious relationship with.
I had a boyfriend and all my friends said that he was UGLY – does that mean they’re jealous? – xxxxbabygirlxxxx1
I don’t know – only your friends know if they’re jealous or not. There’s a good chance they are, but what does it matter? The only thing that matters is how you feel about this guy. If you like him and want to be with him, then you should – no matter what your friends say.
This boy broke up with me twice because he said his mom and dad made fun of him. Should I go out with him? – rockbaby4eva
If you believe him, then sure, give the guy another chance. If it seems like he’s not telling the truth about why he broke up with you the first time, I’d say move on and find someone who’ll treat you with more respect.
I liked this boy when I was in school and he called me this summer and asked me out but I don’t like him any more. What should I do? – bianca showy
Tell him no.
There’s this boy I like but I’m not sure if he likes me back. He's nice to me but sometimes he just ignores me like I’m not there. He's perfect in my eyes – smart, funny and kinda cute. He's just too good for me to give up on. What should I do? – Confused and in love in Kentucky
Read this article: Signs That He Likes You.
I like this boy and he likes me, too, but when we’re around his boys he acts like I don’t exist. – duh_official_luvher
Lots of guys do that when they like a girl. I’d just ignore it and enjoy it when he does pay attention to you.
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