Is she avoiding me deliberately?Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Hi rob here aged 15. I've been going out with this girl for about a month now but in this time I have only seen her twice walking her home and once on one staurday night. We had an instant connection and were mad about each other, the week after we met she asked me out but now we are going out things are just plain stale. She never has phone credit so I gave up txting goodnight, I asked her to come out last saturday and she was having a "girls night out" I was a little upset but I have no problems with it. So I asked her out the cinema twice, first she said she was out in lester with family and the second time she hasn't got back to me. This saturday is her freinds bday so it'll be another "girls night out" I guess. Her friends keep asking if Im still going out with her and I'm like "well I think so." As of 23 feb I havn't seen her since valentines day and she hasn't had any credit to really communicate. Is she avoiding me or am I just over analyzing the situation. I like her a hell of a lot but I've lost my confidence and I barely know anything about her. I wouldn't know what to say if I met up with her now anyway. I need some feedback from her, I need to know she still likes me. Something else that might be worth noting is that my mate says he see's her around town quite frequently and I wonder why didnt she ring me and ask me to come? Should I just wait for her to get in contact or should I keep pushing it. I am a very shy guy and can't have my emotions played too much. I need to hype myself up before I meet her for christ sakes lol.
You need to be even more aggressive.
Keep asking her out until she is able to go. You seem to have had bad luck so far. You are doing good though, since you have been asking her despite your shyness.
Good luck! George
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