I am 16 years and having a huuuuuuugeeeeeeee crush on someone but he doesn't even know it. I want to tell him about this but don't want that none of his friends know about all this. I also tried my best to find his email address but all in vain.
Please help me about how should I tell him about my feelings for him. My problem is that I am a bit of an introvert. That is why I am shy in telling him directly that I love him.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE............................... RESPOND to my letter
Someone in love
Dear Someone in love,
From your age I can tell you, you are still quite young. Too young to tell if what you are suffering from is "love" or "puppy love". I think what you should do is first get to know this young man. Is he in one of your classes? You can start by asking him to explain something that the class is studying and slowly get to become friends. That is all that you can expect at this time. As your friendship grows, you will learn more about him.
My guess is that you won't "love" him very much after all because you will be looking at another boy with the same dreamy eyes.
Give it a try.
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