In a relatively conservative country like ours, it is considered a bold action when the ladies make the first move. Sure, we jump on the latest trends like selfies, hashtags, etc. But let’s admit it, majority of the people in the country aren’t really open to the idea of ladies admitting their feelings or courting another person.
In my opinion, this is one of the many reasons for many tragic friend-zoned tales. Men would always complain about being rejected despite the lack of attempt to make their girl friends know about their feelings. On the other hand, ladies also complain about the guys being torpe when we already gave them hints and clues about our feelings for them.
Then come the What If’s. They catch up with you and haunt you, smelling of frustrations and questions that filled your head. You got so many questions in your head. Sometimes, questions need answers—answers that would clarify things.
Take this scenario, for example: Your friends already told you countless times that this guy likes you, but he’s just shy to make a move. You feel the same way, too, but the problem is you won’t make a move at all because it’s just against the norms. What will happen now? Nothing. Just nothing. Both of you will just bury those feelings. Sayang.
1. No more guessing game
2. You exude self-confidence
3. It is a form of ego booster
4. No wasted time
5. Free from stress!
Ladies, it’s really fine to make the first move or tell him how you really feel. It’s a way of communicating properly with people (read: men). It’s being straightforward and honest. It’s called taking risks. 🙂
Have you done any crush confession or courted the boy you like? Yes? Share it with us!
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