Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Ok, Geroge, thanks for your last advice, that helped me in a way.
Yeah, here's what happened after the blog incident...I kept apologizing and she was still pretty mad, but she still wanted to talk to me like all the time(after what I've done). I asked her why, she said its non-christian like and its just silly (coz she can't really hate a mate,thank God for that). Anyway, things are kinda back to normal, apart from she doesn't talk about the two boys she likes anymore. I don't really mind even if she talks about them though, coz I'm just a mate of hers, nothing more than that.
And B*, I asked some of her friends and they don't really know either. Then I remember she said soemthing about going to Africa for exchange or something this year. So yea, I guess I have to wait til she gets back to continue our relationship.
But I got a question (may be more than 1), yea, I still care about A*, I'm not sure if its liking her or not, I do think about her coz she's my best friend. And I think I've feelings for someone else (oops...), someone in my biology class. A girl call P*. But there's a problem, she hangs around with different people everyday (maybe its coz she's new to my school).
How can I break the ice if I don't even know where P* is? By the way, me and A* don't talk much during school coz we got different mates (and 1 of her best mates totally hate my guts coz I used to like her 2 years ago and now she's being such a b**** to me, making up all those lies about me being mean to her) and 1 of my mates is still mean to her. Can I somehow talk to A* like we do after school on msn?
Good to hear you and A* are talking again.
Next time you chat with her, ask her if she can think of some way for you two to talk at school.
Meanwhile with this new girl P*, you will need use your detective powers to find out who she is and where she hangs out. Maybe you should introduce yourself to her in bio class so she knows your name.
Keep up the good work! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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