There’s one guy in particular that crossed my mind one night recently when I couldn’t sleep. I was friends with him probably seven years ago, but we’d talk on and off for years past that. He would call and text me and we’d catch up about our now entirely separate lives. He had an exciting career, and had a really funny way of telling almost every story that kept me giggling and engaged throughout our conversations. Plus, keeping in contact with someone from that part of my life warmed the nostalgic bit of my heart.
You've been good friends with a person for a long time now, but recently you've noticed that they are acting differently around you. You’re starting to suspect that there’s only one logical explanation: your friend is crushing on you. Whether you’re excited because you want to take things to the next level with your friend, or worried because you don’t return those romantic feelings, there are a few ways to tell whether or not your good friend has a crush on you. If you want to know how your close friend really feels about you, follow these steps.