Does she like me? And if she does, how can I let her down without hurting her.


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Does she like me? And if she does, how can I let her down without hurting her.
2017-10-09
I have this friend, who I've known since I was 11, we didn't really talk much at that time, just a few civilities. But when I was 16, I noticed she started talking to me more, and almost always wanted to start a conversation with me, it got to the point where we would spend hours messaging each other on Facebook.


I'm not exactly sure if she wants to be more than friends, maybe she's just being nice because I isolate myself from most.


I don't want to hurt our friendship, but I don't know what to tell her if she does like me.


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