10 Tips On How To Talk To Your Crush And Start A Conversation

Approaching your crush to start a conversation can be terrifying – which is exactly why we’re here for you with these 10 tips on how to talk to your crush. Sometimes when you’re around someone who gives you butterflies in your stomach, it’s hard to remember how to say words or how to say something that doesn’t sound totally weird and creepy.

The good news? As long as you take a deep breath, remain calm and act confident, starting a conversation with your crush really isn’t so bad. In fact, it may work out only to your benefit! And if it doesn’t, at least you know that you gave it a shot. Plus, once you learn how to break the ice, talking to your crush in the future will be easier – at least a little bit. So check out these 10 tips on how to start a conversation and talk to your crush. You’ll thank us later.

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6 Comments

  1. avatarantonio beltran says:

    I like this girl her name is kasey and it always feels akward and i dont know what to talk about i know she likes soccer and messi the soccer but i dont want her to be bored of all the facts . What should i do?

    • avatarSeby says:

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  3. avatarLittleRedWolfGirl says:

    You know, one thing I’ve noticed about this site… I know it’s really progressive and supportive off all lifestyles and kinds of people, but almost every advice article in regards to relationships are pretty much for heterosexual ones. I know that’s more common, but there are still a LOT of us who identify as bi, pan, or lesbian, and it’d be great to see a bit more ambiguity. Maybe leave some gender-neutral (I know some things really do only pertain to guy-girl relationships, and I don’t have a problem with that). Other things could be more gender-neutral, though. It’d be nice to see some more articles for those of us who are bi/gay, though.

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