“I rejected this guy, but now I think I want to ask him out”

So, I’m in ninth grade, and I like this guy who’s in 10th grade. I have no problem dating someone older than me, but I’m scared of what my parents would say if I started dating.

So, anyway, I like this guy and he used to like me, but I don’t know if he still does. We became friends in April. He asked me out, but I didn’t like him then, so I told him I wasn’t interested (I had just told another guy that I had liked him, but I got rejected, so I was still getting over him as well). After saying that, I realized how bad I felt for rejecting him. I avoided talking to him for about a week, which was hard, considering the fact that I see him every-single-day at swim practice.

I thought that if I didn’t talk to him, it would be fine, but then I realized how terrible it was NOT talking to him, and that I actually might have feelings for him too. I made up with him a week later and we became much closer. He asked me out again to watch a movie, but I had already watched that movie, so I didn’t go with him then, either.

He’s not swimming next season and I won’t be able to see him again because he doesn’t go to my school. I want to tell him how I feel, but i don’t know why I’m so scared.

2 thoughts on ““I rejected this guy, but now I think I want to ask him out”

  1. Dennis Hong says:

    Dude. If a guy likes you, and you like him back, and he asks you to a movie, it DOESN’T MATTER IF YOU’VE ALREADY SEEN IT. See it again with him, for crying out loud.

    Or if you absolutely can’t do that, offer an alternative.

    As it is, all you’ve done is give off indications that you’re not interested. So if you are in fact interested, I think it’s time you take the initiative and ask him out.

  2. Ella says:

    Don’t miss the chance just tell him atleast you wouldn’t regret it in coming years go for it girl now when you know he is still interested

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