Is she worth it?
Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Firstly i must apologise as this is my second message this week, but things have taken a turn for the worst. I have been (Trying) to flirt with this girl at school for the past couple of weeks now, so she knows im interested. She is in two of my classes and in one i have been sitting next to her. When i say that i have been TRYING to flirt, it basically means that i feel i have failed. Firstly i think she is shy, this causes problems as i only get a couple of words out of her and then silences appear in the conversation, no matter how much detail i put into the question. She does smile around me but i hate to say it, but i think its more to do with embarrasment.When i talk to her she very rarely looks at me and speaks in a soft voice. I ALWAYS go up to her and talk, she never does. It was going ok(ish) up until today when she barely even managed to say hello to me. My friend also told me that she very sarcastically said she was looking forward to sitting next to me, i tried not to listen, but it was as the back of my mind. I sat down next to her, she faced the opposte way to me and barely said hello, as a result i got up and sat next to my friends. She has NEVER spoken to me, i am always the one who goes up to her. Because of this i have had no signals from her to allow me to touch her in a flirtatious way. As she was my crush this was a difficult decision, but i have decided to let her go and forget abut her. Have i made the write decision? Does she seem embarassed to be with me? Did she seem like she was ever interested in me, but her nervousness and shyness got in the way?
P.S. I am sorry it is quite long, but i thought i better tell you the whole story, so you dont get the wrong picture and also i know that you have alot of messages to answer, but can you reply as quick as possible because i need re-asurance that ive done the right thing. Thanks ever so much for your help.
These questions get answered in the order they are submitted.
So sorry if this advice is too late to be useful.
I think she is so shy she is unwilling to meet you even half way.
I think you have made the right decision to let her go as she has shown no signs of being friendly to you. In fact, recently she has become even more distant.
There are lots of other girls who would love to be charmed by you so take advantage of the chance to be with another girl.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com