I have a friend in my circle of friends whom I find very attractive. Since we often hang out together in our circle of friends, and we get along very well, I would like to tell her that I like her. I feel more than just the desire for friendship with her. However, I don't know how she would perceive that. So, how should I tell her that I like her without jeopardizing our friendship?
You should definitely tell her sooner rather than later. Whether within the friend circle or not, be direct. It's important that you meet alone, without being inhibited by other people. Express that you find her interesting. Pay attention to your choice of words to avoid making her feel insecure, and ask her if she might want to meet up with you again. Don't just tell her you like her; show it with small gestures, hints, and compliments. It's also good to make yourself interesting to her. Sympathy develops naturally when you spend a lot of time together and have good conversations. However, be careful not to end up in the friend zone.
Hey, many people in your situation wonder whether it's just friendship or something more. If you feel more for her, you should choose a quiet moment to tell her. It's best if you're alone somewhere. Just meet up with her and tell her straight up that you value her as a friend, but you're actually interested in her beyond just friendship. She might feel similarly but hasn't mustered the courage to show it. If you continue to be passive, you may avoid embarrassment, but you might also miss out on the greatest love of your life - you never know. Just go for it and confess your feelings to her.