I think letting her know killed our friendship

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
This is kind of a follow up to a question you answered entitled, "She is depressed about being alone for valentines day."

I wrote her a poem about how i felt about her and gave her a CD with some songs that I had either herd her saying that she liked or described her.

After giving her the poem and CD for valentines day her initial reaction was excited and thankful and suprised. Then from then on she has been quiet around me. She no longer flirts, she doesn't talk to me as much, but she still talks about how she needs a boyfriend knowing that i will hear.

I honestly don't know what to do, I realy like her and want to go out with her, but if she doesn't feel the same I don't want to kill our friend ship.

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Maybe you got her hopes up too high.

Maybe she wants you to ask her out and wonders why you haven't done it. This might explain her behavior towards you.

Just be honest with her... ask her why she has been ignoring you after you gave her the CD and poem. Or just ask her out for a friends date for a walk or going to the movies.

Don't give up until you are sure about how she feels. You can't let worrying about your friendship stand in your way.

Good luck! George

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