Screwed up........need some help

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
I am a freshman in high school and I used to have a lot of courage around guys. I had a crush on a junior for a really long time and he knew that I liked him. One of my friends asked him if he woul go out with me and he said not right now because he had just broke up with this girl. I gave up on him almost completely, but I still think about him. I then wrote a very private note to a senior and he went around and told all of his friends and I became the school joke over Winter break. So there are two strikes, and I have tried it again. I wrote a note to a sophomore that I really like and he has practically avoided me the whole time. I called him later on in the week and he wasn't home, but I asked for him to call me back. He never returned my phone call. I have liked him for an extremely long time. We played soccer together and we had our fun moments. He has a twin brother that gives me evil looks now that I wrote him the note.

I really don't know what to do if this becomes my third strike. I won't have any courage or self-esteem left if he says no or if he just leaves me alone and never talks to me again. Please help. Advice
First off, forget about strikes.

You are doing what you should do and I admire you for having the courage that so many people lack. Don't lose this courage over a string of rejections.

Next time why not try somebody your own age and see what happens.

You will find your love! George

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