Hi, I’m Dr. Patricia, a relationship consultant and motivational speaker. I’m talking about how to talk to your crush. Working up the courage to talk to them when you like someone can be hard. But there is a simple rule that you can follow to talk to them with no problem.
Anything longer will let your brain kick into worry mode so that the nervousness will set in. Think about all the thoughts that ran through your mind the last time you hesitated to talk to your crush.
Okay, How do I approach them? Should I talk to their friends first? What if I run out of things to say? Maybe I should wait for them to come to speak to me. No, what if this is not the right time? Ah, I don’t know what to do. See, it wasn’t even worth going to talk to them anyway.
Deep down inside, we know these are excuses we tell ourselves so we don’t have to do it. Now, I know what you’re thinking. Okay, you want me to walk up there, and then what? What do I say? Do you want me to stand there like an idiot?
You’d be surprised how open and receptive some people are when someone comes up to them to talk. Yes, there will be fringe cases where people will act rudely, ignore you, or be nervous themselves. But trust me, at the end of the day, you will be incredibly proud of yourself for being about it and not talking about it.
25 Secret Ways To Talk To Your Crush (Make Your Crush Fall In Love)
How to tell if your crush is into you? But I’ve never talked about your first conversation with your crush. The first conversation is essential, and it’s hard enough to have the confidence to have that first conversation.
If you feel confident enough, it’s cool to start the conversation yourself or ensure you’re proactive. I know how difficult this can be and how nerve-racking, or if you’re slightly awkward, how hard it is to do. So today, I will be helping you try and make it simpler and easier. I will give you some quick tips and tricks that I might use on my crush.
My advice will make it much easier to talk to your crush, and I promise it’ll get more comfortable and easier over time. So this is the unique guide to talking to your crush. Let’s see!
1. Be Confident in Yourself
The most important thing about talking to your crush is confidence. You don’t want to be so cockkkkkkky when you walk up to your crush. It will be like, ‘What’s wrong with you?” You do not want to be awkward. So, here you won’t feel uncomfortable if you have some confidence.
What you’re going to draw? You have to be like, ‘Hey baby! How do you do it?’ Don’t do that because that might be awkward unless you’re good friends with your crush.
Try to make some eye contact and smile. Don’t keep looking around like I do sometimes when I’m filming. I feel awkward and make them feel like you’re talking to your crush, not the wall, sky, or feet.
2. Be Yourself Real
After you go up to them, approach them. Talk to your crush. It’s important to be yourself. You don’t want to be fake. You don’t want to lie to get your crush to like you. I hope that made sense of things. You want to be yourself. That is what I’m trying to get, crappie.
If it doesn’t matter if you’re awkward, if you’re different, or if you have some weirdness, it is called obsession. It doesn’t matter if you have an obsession with mashed potatoes as I do.
Don’t think about who you are because you are beautiful. You’re going to talk about it to your crush or at least have a plan of how you’re going to make it happen. You don’t want to walk up to stumble, fall on your face, get up, be like a joker, and then run off.
3. Be A Tactful Person
I don’t mean for you to be like the captain of the cheerleading team or anything. Say hi if you see your crush frequently in the hallways or somewhere you guys see. That’s all!
You must say hi and smile at them if you’re too shy. That’s all you need to feel and look confident. Is this awkward? Should I have said hi instead of hate with hate? Along with it, like, ‘Hey! Oh my god! I’m so weird’ This is so awkward.
You might think it’s awkward, but you’re juicing hello at the end of the day. You’re smiling at them. You’re not asking them to come to dinner with your whole family. It’s effortless. Remember that your crush is still a person.
They’re human beings, as you are. They do the same thing that you do. They go to the bathroom, shower, brush their teeth, and sleep like everybody does the same thing at night. You don’t put them on a pedestal. Try to be super chill and go for it.
4. Be Natural & Fresh
If your crush will be at a friend’s party, a basketball game, or a football game, you stalk them on social media and then go to the places. Do not overdress, and do not wear too much makeup.
The biggest turnoff is to overdo it and look like you’re trying too hard. The last thing you want to do is have your crush like someone you’re not. Because technically, they don’t like you. They like the person that you’re pretending to be.
You think everybody likes beauty or being handsome, but you know everybody wants natural beauty. So be realistic and express your beauty through your behavior and intelligence. Most of the time, your wisdom is the real power of attraction. Try to be clean and use sweet perfume that makes your personality.
5. Don’t Be Too Clingy
Stay calm if you made it past numbers one and two and now you’re talking on social media on the phone. Start with having a regular conversation. If you guys have similar classes, talk about the teacher, not the wrong way. Talk about your teacher; talk about your homework.
Talk about something straightforward and then go into a conversation that might be more intricate, far more specific. “Oh my god! They texted me! What do I say?” Keep it casual and pretend like you’re talking to your best friend.
Don’t be that person. You’re constantly texting them and continue calling them. Because if you think about it, would you want a clingy boyfriend or a girlfriend who regularly calls you? Sometimes it’s a little bit too much overload. Keep it normal.
6. Stop Overthinking
Don’t overthink it if your crush hasn’t texted you in 20 minutes. It doesn’t mean that they don’t like you. They might be taking a shower or eating dinner. Don’t overthink all these things inside your head. Because you’re going to psych yourself out, and then you’re going to realize that you were overthinking everything.
You were stressing out for nothing. ‘What if he doesn’t like me anymore?’ Don’t overthink things in your head and make up all these stories. I’ve done that before. I’m not saying I haven’t done that before. That is why I’m telling you not to do it.
7. Ask Your Crush Some Questions
How to start a conversation with your crush? If you don’t know how to approach your crush or the guy or girl you like, you can always ask your crush a question. ‘Do you know the math homework tonight?’ or ‘Hey! What’s the weather like outside? Do you know what I’m going to be going out? I need to know what the weather is like or run into your crush in the hallway.
When talking to your crush, ask many questions in general. People enjoy talking about themselves. It’s human nature. Because things that relate to you are most interesting, asking questions allows the person to talk about themselves. Even more important is letting the person talk about themselves.
It is a great way to show someone that you’re interested in. It’s crucial to learn what they have to say and if you’re interested in learning more about them. You’re listening to what they say. You can make all these mental notes of things you’re learning.
It can maybe be helpful in future conversations. It’s important to note. You want to avoid yes-or-no questions instead of asking, ‘Do you like comedy movies?’ You would ask, ‘What kind of movies do you like?’
This seems simple, but by asking open-ended questions. You’re extending the conversation, and quite frankly, you’re putting less pressure on yourself, allowing the other person to open up.
If things go well, their answers might strike a similarity with you, something you can relate to, and something you both have in common. It leads to more and more conversation. It shows that you guys connect on different levels, which is very exciting.
8. Don’t Try Too Hard
This is easier said than done, but it’s important to remember. If you try hard to have a perfect conversation, you mess nothing up. The harder you try to make the conversation happen, the more stress you put on yourself. It makes it harder for you to be yourself. Let your natural personality come out in the conversation.
It’s fair to have some things in mind ahead of time, like, what you want to say and what you want to ask, but remember, once the conversation happens, it’s organic. It’s best if it’s kept the way it is. Let the conversation lead you.
Don’t force a topic that doesn’t feel needs to be brought up. Go with the flow and try to be as calm as possible! It’s not always easy, but if you can find a way, at least be as chill as possible. You’re going to see the conversation be a lot easier and a lot more effective.
9. Learn About Your Crush
The next thing you should learn as much as possible about the person. I have already briefly mentioned this, but if you can remember the little details and fun facts about the person’s life, anything they’re telling you. Such as the name of their dogs or how many siblings they have. You must learn simple things like that and have that ready for future conversations.
It will show that you were listening to what they had to say. You showed so much interest that you paid attention and made it a point to remember those things. On that note, try to learn what’s most important to that person.
Often, things about their family and friends and learning about their hobbies and things. When choosing what questions to ask them, you can tell what they’re into. Those are the things you want to try to remember, and on that note, make sure you ask questions about things that are generally important to people, like family and friends.
10. Avoid Awkward Silence & Keep Talking
Do not be afraid of awkward silence in every conversation when talking to your crush. There’s always at least a little bit of silence in between sentences or between trains of thought.
It is perfectly natural for some reason, and a long pause can feel like it lasts ten minutes, but it’s only been three seconds. However, you want to resolve awkward silence and back up the conversation. There are two different ways you can do this.
The first and most unpopular way is to wait it out and make the other person say something. Believe it or not, this shows you’re confident enough that the awkward silence doesn’t phase you, and you’ll wait for them to say something. Eventually, they will, making you look confident in yourself. It can be an excellent thing.
If you’re unwilling to do that, or you tried it, and it didn’t work, that would be awkward. Let’s hope that’s not the case. It’s something that I usually do is I’ll look around and look for anything to trigger thoughts in my mind. I’ll look at this couch would be like that chair seems comfortable. It’s pretty nice for an outdoor restaurant.
I was here once with my cousin from out of town, and we had a perfect salad. You should try the salad. That was the example, but still, you can find a way to find something around. We relate to it or change direction in the conversation, almost like a lifesaver. It will help with the awkward silence, and you’ll get back into talks.
11. Do Flirting With Your Crush
It is the moment you’ve been thinking about for a long time. You’re here all those times that you’ve thought about, like, I wish I would have said something to this person, or I want to, I text them.
All of that doesn’t matter. It will be nerve-wracking because you’re in the position, which might be a little stressful. If you can find a way to be as calm and collected as possible, it will be a fantastic experience.
The fact that you’re even in the conversation, even if it doesn’t go anywhere and this isn’t turning into a relationship, you’ll be able to sleep at night knowing you tried. It’s going to feel good. If you’re in a conversation and get a little embarrassed, you blush, or you’ve messed up a little bit.
That’s not bad. It is attractive because they tell you that you’re trying. You probably like them, and that’s flirting. It is the definition of flirting. So, it’s not awful if you mess up a little bit. It shows that you’re feeling strong enough emotions to be nervous. It’s a cool thing.
12. Be Honest With Your Crush
Many people believe that being someone else, older, more athletic, and someone with an accent will make them more appealing. But it won’t, and even if it does, you’ll eventually have to be honest with that person, and they’ll feel betrayed.
The hardest part is initiating the conversation. You feel like everything you say will be awkward, and you will somehow mess it up. Before you go up to them, go up with something genuine short, and sweet thing to say. I like your jacket, or are you in Miss So-and-so’s class? I saw you there. Even a hello could start a conversation that could lead to something more.
13. Be Patient & Steady
It is the most crucial part of the advice. When you are preparing to talk to your crush, your goal shouldn’t be getting them to love you or even getting their phone number. Your goal should be the safe “Hello!” You can only control what you say to them, not what they say in return. Always keep your patience and take time to feel your crush comfortable.
So don’t worry about what they’ll say in return. It’ll give you a huge confidence boost that your crush will notice. I’ve used this method, and it has got to the point that I don’t care if they say yes or not. I get proud of myself for asking. I’d instead ask and get rejected, then wonder what would have happened.
14. Develop A Character
In my opinion, the best way to talk to your crush is to develop a character. I guess you’re shy and have no idea how to approach the person. So, you can become this confident person who says, ‘Hey baby! Here’s my number’ It might work, and it might not. If you don’t want to be turned over the top, you could do the whole get your friend to talk to your crush for you. My friend likes you. Go ask her out!
Don’t be available all time and talk at first. It defines your personality and value. Do something exciting or new that your crush wants to talk about it. You should act like a magician and create excitement to notice you. First, they must know about their psychology and interest to win them easily.
15. Build Your Online Network
Nowadays, the safest thing to do is talk on Facebook, MSN, or online. Because you can have a couple of moments to think about what you will say to them, do the whole! Do you like me?
They’ll say, ‘Yeah, you’re cool, but do you like me because life means so much more?’ If they say no, at least you’re not in front of them, bursting into tears. You’re at home, bursting into tears.
If I had to recommend talking to your crush, I would do it online, and if you don’t have it online, you will have to step up your stalker skills. You can always text them, but you must get their number again.
It could be awkward, I guess. You could always smile occasionally throughout the day if you’re at school. The only problem with that is if he doesn’t like you back or if she doesn’t want you back, it could get awkward. That’s why I still think online is the safest way. They can’t see you.
16. Prepare Yourself By Practicing
Moving past your fears is putting yourself into a situation that you fear in the first place. It is so bad. But you’re either rewarded. What other options do you have? Growing up, it was accepting that I would probably be pining after someone unnoticed in the corner unless they happened to talk to me.
Or spending a fair amount of time imagining what I would say to them and maybe getting up enough to try it out. But now that I’m older and a bit more mature. Go back to the drawing board, think of some new topics, and try again tomorrow or next week or however long it takes to calm down and feel okay.
17. Think Positive
The great thing is that most people don’t realize what’s going on. They’re not like, “Oh, look at this dork trying to get me to crush on her. As if!” That’s a very Disney Channel movie style.
And real life isn’t like that. People are too busy and wrapped up in their world to worry about whatever you’re up to. No seriously! How much patience do you have to determine what everyone else is doing? Like 90% of the time, it’s shaking your head and moving on.
Okay! So! Here we are! Talking to your crush is scary. Being afraid to speak to your crush is pretty standard. No one wants to be rejected! But the best you can do is go for it. Now how much planning you put into beforehand that’s up to you!
18. Make Your Conversation Interesting
Put yourself through different experiences to learn how to handle them when you go for what you want. You’re ready, but how do you practice talking to your crush? If talking to them is what you’re scared of, how do you practice talking to them?
Instead of talking to them, you’ll want to focus on talking to girls or guys you’re less intimidated by. This is something I call the warm-up. Usually, you can’t think of anything to say when you approach your crush and start talking to them.
You don’t know how it’s going to go. You haven’t been social yet. So you want to be social with someone you’re less intimidated by to get things going, only to feel warmed up.
Doing that will make it easier for you to get into the conversation flow. You’ll feel slightly more relaxed knowing you’ve been social with someone. So once you’ve broken that ice and asked some questions and talked to them, talking to your crush will seem a little bit easier.
19. Create A Story While Talking
I can approach them, but I don’t know how to speak. This is essential for preparing two or three go-to stories that you feel comfortable discussing with anyone. And you can talk in-depth about it without feeling nervous, afraid, or messing up what you’re talking about.
Having go-to stories in a conversation operates like bumpers when you’re bowling. They help provide the ball from directly falling into the gutter. Also, they help you get more precise with your aim to learn to throw it now so it hits the pins.
A go-to story might be a fun story from your past, something you did with your friends, something you’re working on that’s creative, or anything you feel comfortable discussing.
For example, when conversing with someone, a go-to story is to talk about YouTube and what I’m trying to accomplish with it. I can go on and on about any creative thing I’m pursuing. But the key to a beautiful go-to story is learning how to incorporate that person’s feedback as you’re talking.
20. Don’t Misguide Yourself
When you see your crush, give yourself no more than three seconds to walk up to them and say something. Some people ask, do I count to three and then go, or do I try to run up to them in three seconds?
Talk to them because if you wait any longer, you’ll freeze up if you stand around thinking about what you will say. You’re going to come up with a million reasons why you can’t do it, but instead, you’re focusing on that countdown. You’re getting ready to propel yourself. Once you’re in motion, you’re doing it.
You’re going to talk to them. You’re going to say something. Whether or not you mess up at the moment, that’s entirely different. The point isn’t much to have the perfect conversation or know precisely what to say. It’s to get comfortable with approaching your crush.
So even if you say, hey, how’s it going? Or hi, in general, that’s success in my book. If you practice talking to people and have go-to stories that you can rely on, you push yourself not to overthink things at the moment and give yourself no more than three seconds to approach them.
21. Show The Real Interest
You shouldn’t put up a front. You shouldn’t like why you would waste your time. It makes no sense to me. People waste their time with fake behavior, like fake interest doesn’t make sense. Try to make it creepy, like, oh my god, I’ve been watching you from a distance and how your nostrils flare.
When you get excited about something unique, don’t do that. But at the same time, I can say that if someone told me that, I would think that that’s hilarious, it’s a little creepy. But it’s funny enough that I would appreciate the bizarre nature of that compliment. I prefer to leave you on a joke and leave someone laughing because that’s always a good note to remember.
I never want to linger us out of a group setting, right? So if I talk to somebody, I want to make people laugh, like my goal. Don’t shortchange yourself by making fake statements and fake interests. It’s a waste of your time, and there’s everybody involved.
22. Give Priority
Just walk over and say, “Hey, I wanted to stop by and say, what’s up. Where are you heading?”. With a simple statement like that, your approach is casual, and the conversation is incredibly light.
The second conversation starter is to make an observational comment like, “Hey, those are cool shoes; where’d you get them?” Or “Hey, I’m heading to the movies this weekend with my friends. What do you recommend I watch?”.
Do you think it’s impossible or too hard for you to approach your crush in 3 seconds? Leave your comment down below, and we’ll talk about it.
23. Share Your Opinion
There’s a difference between staring and looking. You never want to sit there and stare at them. Because staring means you’re looking at them without intending to talk to them. You’re trying to pierce the inner depths of their soul.
Now that the two of you have locked eyes, you can call them over to you or speak to them by saying something like, “Hey, can we talk for a minute?” that is your first initiator of flirting.
Before you show them that you like them, you must converse. As to what you should talk about, the floor is yours. Many guys and girls share interests like video games, music, and movies.
Those are all great topics to start talking about. If you know what your crush is into, don’t be afraid to speak to them about it. By activating a genuine conversation about something fun, they will pick it up, and you will create a friendly vibe between you two.
24. Give Your Crush Compliment
What if you don’t want it to be “too friendly”? In this case, complimenting them about something they do can work here. For example, you tell a joke, and they laugh.
Something like “You have a charming laugh” can help break that friendship barrier. When it comes to touching or getting physical, it’s perfectly acceptable to ask to hold their hand or to stand close to them if you feel like the two of you are getting along.
Never force someone to do something they don’t want to, but keep being persistent in your approach so that you keep moving from step A to step B. You don’t end up falling in the back and having them not know whether or not you’re interested.
What do you guys think, though? Do you have trouble flirting with your crush? Leave your comments below, and we’ll talk about them. Flirting is all about being friendly, making the other person feel comfortable, and not shying away from how you think.
25. Just Do It
If you easily trip up significantly in a conversation, you want to go in there with a game plan you can rely on. The butterflies get the best of you, and your head starts fogging. Another vital key to preparation is how you look. This means you’re going to wear your best outfit when you’re going to approach your crush that day. Also, this is going to do two things for you.
First, it will give you a great first impression when you approach. The second thing is it will give you an instant juice of confidence.
You want to set up your mindset to put things into perspective to think most guys fear rejection. Nobody likes getting rejected, but you are not even trying to leave you at a 0% chance of ever dating your crush or getting to know them. So that at the bat, you try, you’re already winning.
How to talk to your crush without being nervous?
It’s natural to feel nervous when talking to your crush, but here are some tips to help you feel more confident and at ease:
Prepare and practice: Before talking to your crush, consider possible topics or questions you can discuss. Practice what you want to say or how you want to start the conversation. The more you prepare, the more comfortable you’ll feel.
Relax and take deep breaths: When you start feeling nervous, take a moment to breathe deeply and relax. Deep breathing can help calm your nerves and reduce anxiety.
Positive self-talk: Instead of focusing on your nervousness, remind yourself of your positive qualities and strengths. Encourage yourself with positive affirmations and believe in your ability to have a good conversation.
Start with casual topics: Discuss lighter, casual topics such as shared interests, hobbies, or recent events. It can help you both ease into the conversation and find common ground.
Active listening: Pay close attention to what your crush is saying. Show genuine interest by maintaining eye contact, nodding, and asking follow-up questions. Listening actively can shift the focus from your nervousness to the conversation itself.
Find common interests: Discussing shared interests can help create a comfortable and engaging conversation. Explore topics you both enjoy and let the conversation flow naturally.
Be yourself: Remember that your crush is interested in getting to know the real you. Be authentic and genuine in your interactions. Pretending to be someone you’re not can lead to additional stress and anxiety.
Use humor: Light-hearted humor can help diffuse tension and create a more relaxed atmosphere. Share funny anecdotes or jokes, but remember to be mindful of the context and your crush’s sense of humor.
Practice active body language: Your body language can convey confidence and ease. Stand or sit up straight, maintain eye contact, and smile genuinely. Projecting a positive and open demeanor can help you appear more self-assured.
Embrace imperfections: Remember that it’s okay to feel nervous. Accepting and embracing your nervousness as a normal part of the process can help alleviate some of the pressure.
Take it one step at a time: Don’t pressure yourself to have the perfect conversation. Focus on each interaction as an opportunity to get to know your crush better and enjoy the moment.
Remember, nerves are natural, and feeling a little anxious is okay. Be kind to yourself, practice self-care, and remember that building a connection takes time.
How to talk to your crush for the first time if you’re shy?
If you’re shy and feeling nervous about talking to your crush for the first time, here are some tips to help you navigate the conversation:
Choose a comfortable setting: Find a place where you feel at ease and less overwhelmed. It could be a quiet corner of a room, a park, or any location that allows you to feel more comfortable and relaxed.
Start with a friendly greeting: Begin the conversation with a simple “hello” or a friendly smile. Starting with a warm and casual greeting can help ease the tension and set a positive tone for the conversation.
Have a conversation starter: Prepare a conversation starter in advance. It could be a comment about something you both have in common, a question about a shared interest, or even a compliment about something you admire about them. Having something prepared can give you a sense of direction and reduce anxiety.
Practice active listening: Focus on actively listening to what your crush is saying. Show genuine interest in their responses, maintain eye contact, and nod or provide affirmations to indicate that you’re engaged in the conversation. By giving them your full attention, you’ll naturally become less self-conscious.
Take it slow: There’s no need to rush the conversation. Take your time, and allow the conversation to unfold naturally. Don’t feel pressured to fill every silence; it’s okay to have brief pauses.
Use open-ended questions: Open-ended questions encourage extended responses and help keep the conversation flowing. Instead of asking questions that can be answered with a simple “yes” or “no,” ask questions that require more elaboration and invite your crush to share their thoughts and experiences.
Find common ground: Look for shared interests or experiences that you can discuss. Common ground can provide a comfortable starting point for conversation and make connecting easier.
Be yourself: Authenticity is key. Embrace your shyness and let your crush see the real you. Trying to be someone you’re not can add unnecessary pressure and make you feel more anxious. Your crush will appreciate your genuine self.
Practice self-compassion: Remember to be kind to yourself. Accept that it’s natural to feel shy and nervous. Remember, it’s a learning experience; it’s okay even if things don’t go perfectly.
Take small steps: Don’t put too much pressure on yourself to have a lengthy conversation immediately. Start with small interactions, such as a friendly greeting or a brief exchange, and gradually build up to longer conversations as you feel more comfortable.
Be patient with yourself and take things at your own pace. Over time, as you gain more experience and confidence, talking to your crush will become easier.
How to talk to your crush for the first time over text?
When talking to your crush for the first time over text, here are some tips to help you make a positive impression:
Start with a friendly and casual greeting: Begin the conversation with a simple and friendly message. You can start with a “Hey,” “Hi,” or a simple question about something you both have in common. Starting on a friendly note sets a relaxed tone for the conversation.
Mention a shared interest or commonality: Bring up a topic or interest that you know you both share. It could be a hobby, a favorite TV show, a mutual friend, or an event you both attended. Discussing something you both have in common can help break the ice and create a connection.
Use open-ended questions: Ask questions that require more than a simple “yes” or “no” answer. Open-ended questions invite your crush to share their thoughts and feelings, encouraging a deeper conversation. For example, instead of asking, “Did you enjoy the party?” ask, “What did you think of the party? Any favorite moments?”
Show genuine interest: Be attentive and genuinely interested in what your crush has to say. Respond thoughtfully to their messages and ask follow-up questions. Active listening and showing genuine curiosity will make the conversation more engaging.
Keep it light and positive: Initially, it’s best to keep the conversation light-hearted and positive. Avoid controversial topics or discussing deep personal issues right away. Focus on building a friendly and enjoyable conversation.
Use humor when appropriate: Adding humor can make the conversation more enjoyable and help create a bond. Share a funny joke, a playful comment, or a humorous observation related to your conversation. However, be mindful of your crush’s sense of humor and ensure your jokes are light-hearted and respectful.
Share a personal experience or story: Opening up about a personal experience or story can help deepen the connection and make you more relatable. Share something interesting or funny that happened to you recently, and encourage your crush to share their stories.
Embrace emojis and playful language: Emojis can add a touch of playfulness and convey emotions in text conversations. Use them sparingly to enhance the tone of your messages and show your positive attitude. However, avoid overusing them, as they may appear excessive or insincere.
Be yourself: Authenticity is essential in any conversation, including texting. Be true to yourself and let your crush see the real you. Trying to be someone you’re not can be exhausting and may hinder the development of a genuine connection.
Know when to end the conversation: Pay attention to the flow of the conversation and the cues from your crush. If the conversation naturally comes to a lull or your crush seems unresponsive, it may be a good time to end the conversation gracefully. You can say something like, “It was great talking to you. Let’s catch up again soon!” This leaves the conversation on a positive note and leaves room for future interactions.
Building a connection takes time, and not every conversation will be perfect. Be patient, have fun, and enjoy getting to know your crush through text.
100 topics to talk about with your crush
Here are 100 conversation topics you can explore with your crush:
- Favorite movies.
- Travel destinations.
- Hobbies and interests.
- Childhood memories.
- Music preferences.
- Dream jobs.
- Books or authors.
- Food and cooking.
- Fitness and exercise routines.
- Bucket list items.
- Current events and news.
- TV shows or series.
- Sports and teams.
- Fashion and style.
- Cultural experiences.
- Technology and gadgets.
- Fun facts about each other.
- Favorite quotes.
- Life goals and aspirations.
- Outdoor activities.
- Art and creativity.
- Relationship experiences and insights.
- Hidden talents.
- Personal philosophies.
- Spirituality or beliefs.
- Memorable vacations.
- Favorite childhood cartoons.
- Festivals or events you want to attend.
- Future plans and ambitions.
- Fitness goals.
- Personal achievements.
- Languages you’d like to learn.
- Unique or quirky interests.
- Favorite restaurants or cuisines.
- Childhood dreams and fantasies.
- Funny or embarrassing moments.
- Volunteer or charity work.
- Cultural traditions and customs.
- Role models or inspirational figures.
- Childhood heroes.
- Nature and the environment.
- Favorite board games or card games.
- Challenges and obstacles you’ve overcome.
- Favorite quotes or sayings.
- Personal growth and self-improvement.
- Musical instruments you’d like to learn.
- Favorite podcasts or YouTube channels.
- Fashion trends you love or dislike.
- Dreams and aspirations.
- Social media trends.
- Favorite holiday or celebration.
- Future travel plans.
- Unique skills or abilities.
- Intellectual discussions or debates.
- Cars or vehicles.
- Favorite apps or websites.
- Artistic or creative hobbies.
- Daily routines and rituals.
- Favorite type of workout or exercise.
- Inspirational movies or documentaries.
- Family traditions.
- Cultural cuisine or dishes.
- Life lessons you’ve learned.
- Favorite comedians or stand-up shows.
- Environmental or social causes you care about.
- Relationship goals and values.
- Childhood friendships.
- Music festivals or concerts you’ve attended.
- Favorite coffee or tea flavors.
- Online trends or viral videos.
- Favorite time of the year and why.
- Personal heroes or idols.
- Personal style or fashion icons.
- Favorite museums or art exhibits.
- Gadgets or tech devices you can’t live without.
- Hidden travel gems or destinations.
- Favorite type of workout or exercise.
- Favorite quotes from books or movies.
- Personal achievements you’re proud of.
- Fictional characters you relate to.
- Science or space exploration.
- Relationship deal-breakers or red flags.
- Unique or uncommon experiences you’ve had.
- Cultural festivals or traditions you enjoy.
- Favorite type of dessert or sweets.
- Dream house or living space.
- Personal mantras or affirmations.
- Favorite type of weather and why.
- Comedy shows or stand-up comedians.
- Favorite type of art or artistic style.
- DIY projects or crafts you enjoy.
- Favorite childhood toys or games.
- Cultural or historical figures you admire.
- Favorite type of dance or dance style.
- Inspirational or motivational books.
- Favorite type of poetry or literature.
- Personal pet peeves or dislikes.
- Favorite forms of relaxation or self-care.
- Personal goals for personal growth.
Have you ever been too darn afraid to talk to your crush? Uh, yeah! There is no point in thinking about asking them out or getting over awkward because I’m too scared to even look in their direction. So what does being “too afraid to talk to your crush” mean?
Being “too afraid to ask your crush out” is fear of rejection. Like you’re friends or are comfortably under the radar and afraid of messing that up. But you might be so fearful that you can’t even talk to them. Don’t worry about your crush because many fish are in the sea, and you’ll find another crush.
I hope this article helped you talk to or approach your crush and get ready to talk to your crush. Also, If you liked it, make sure you guys share it with your friends.
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