Social Subbing While Dating

Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue
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You might be looking for a person that you connect with, and you may have found someone that you are interested in going out with. The only issue could be that you haven't approached him or her to ask him or her if the feeling is mutual. Instead you might have been indirectly referencing your feelings on social media, hoping that the other person picks up on your ques, and unfortunately, this might not be working. So, what do you do if you like someone but you aren't sure how to approach him or her to see if he or she feels the same way? How do you approach this type of situation? Though the answers to these questions might be different for everyone, here are a few suggestions.

1. Set up an in-person meeting.

Instead of putting your feelings online, try setting up a meeting with the person so the two of you can talk face-to-face. This might give you an idea of how this person is when he or she isn't online, and this might give you a chance to get to know him or her better.

2. Prepare your conversation.

If you are nervous about meeting this person face-to-face but you still have a lot of questions, then write them down ahead of time. Go over your list before you meet the person, so you can remember why you are meeting him or her in the first place and what you would like to know about him or her.

3. Be on time.

Do your best to be on time if you set up an in-person meeting with the person that you like. This might show him or her that you are serious about getting to know him or her, and it might help prevent him or her from thinking that you stood him or her up.

If you like someone but you haven't told him or her how you feel and you feel like you need to, then ask him or her to meet you in person. Try to prepare the questions that you have for him or her ahead of time, and do your best to be on time.

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Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue writes lifestyle articles.

Omaha, NE

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