When you love somebody...

Singapore
October 2, 2006 1:10am CST
and the person does not know, will you take the initiative to tell?
5 responses
• India
5 Nov 06
i dont think abour that ....
@ossie16d (11826)
• Australia
5 Nov 06
I would tread cautiously if they are a good friend, because you won't want to lose that friendship which can happen if the other person feels embarassed or uncomfortable after such a declaration. It would probably be easier to say something like "I think you are special and I have some feelings about you. I don't want to upset you but felt that it was best to be honest." Then see where that leads. :)
@ossie16d (11826)
• Australia
5 Nov 06
I would tread cautiously if they are a good friend, because you won't want to lose that friendship which can happen if the other person feels embarassed or uncomfortable after such a declaration. It would probably be easier to say something like "I think you are special and I have some feelings about you. I don't want to upset you but felt that it was best to be honest." Then see where that leads. :)
@ssh123 (31096)
• India
2 Oct 06
Some people are shy. Some are hesitant to take the first step. So whoever takes the initiative will get the maximum. Haven't you heard of EARLY BIRD GETS THE WORM.?
@leeoz22 (183)
• Australia
2 Oct 06
I was in a situation where I loved somebody and they didnt know. I ended up telling them but I think I made a mistake. We where best friends before I told him and I feel I have destroyed a bit of that friendship.