Re: Sharing your feelings
Well i get you, it is always hard in this kind of situation, if you like a friend, or classmate. If he doesn't feel the same, you think it will be awkward. Things can go 3 ways:
1.He likes you too, but just like you he doesn't know how to approach you. If you talk yo him, things will go smooth.
2.He likes you, but thinks of you more as a friend... in which case if you talk to him you'll just set things straight.
3.He doesn't really like you, in which case depending on what kind of person he is, the result will vary.
In the end it's up to you, what kind of person he is, what's the deal between you to.
And whichever the turnout will be, if it's awkward, it will only be like that for a time, then things will go back to normal... mostly by the time you find someone else you like.
Try going out with you're best friend's ex girlfriend (just broke up) and it just happens that you start to like her, and you must figure out if: you go out like friends, she likes you too, or just wants revenge or to make her ex jealous.