Someone that can make us laugh and smile, and someone that we can make memories with.
It shouldn't have to end with fighting and bickering, so here are some helpful tips for making a successful relationship.
" and "Why can't more people just be happy without having to have someone else?
" The second one especially, because I have never seen a faithful relationship in high school last more than a year.
Of course there are some telltale signs: if he/she treats you differently, if they go out of your way to always talk to you, if they always smile and laugh, if they seem genuinely interested in how you're doing and what you have to say....of these are a sign that your crush likes you. The thought of even telling someone I liked them or asking someone out..... However, I eventually learned that it's stupid to wait around and see if the person you like will ask you out (chances are they're just as scared to make the first move), so instead of obssessing over "what ifs" and wasting my time on someone who may not even like me in the first place, I started being forward and honest with people I wanted to date.
Yes, it is scary, but usually if you pay attention enough to the situation you'll be able to tell generally if they like you. Each time it does hurt, but I was happy afterwards knowing how they felt about me and if I had a chance.
So, I am here to tell you that life goes on after high school, and it's going to be a heck of a lot better experience (less confusing and more serious). Either ask them yourself or have one of your friends ask them for you.