Distance/Closure

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Distance/Closure

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    yodeman18
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    July 30, 2017 at 10:28 am #143597
    Distance/Closure

    So I just finished up college and developed an interest with a classmate while we were wrapping the semester up. We became friends and every now and then she would say something flirty to me. She’s generally not really a flirty person, so her saying stuff like this seemed like a genuine hint of interest. We left school and went our separate ways, but we were still within driving distance of each other. We stayed in touch and would text each other a decent amount. I called her a couple of times and asked her if I could take her out when I was in her city. Both times she was receptive and open to getting together, but she had other commitments. I then had to take a job and move further away. I’ve been wondering if I should ask her if we had been on the same page and if she was interested in me; or would I just be unnecessarily making things weird and risking our friendship? Obviously the distance thing rarely works, but just feel like I need a little closure with the whole thing.


    Void
    Participant
    July 31, 2017 at 9:49 am #143603

    I don’t think it would do much harm in asking, considering you live quite far away now you might not know as well in a few months anyway, I would let her know how you felt and ask her if she felt the same.