A Problem That Goes In Quite a Few Topics.
Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Ok, This is a long story but i am going to try to make it as short as possible. Note that she is Popular & I am Not so attracting.
I have liked this girl for a Year Now... Since 5th grade... I got to know her in 5th grade, It went well. I Asked her if she would go out with me after a week. She said ''She had just broke up with her boyfriend that same day & That she wanted time to recuparate''. I said ''Ok'' That day I became a complete idiot and told people i was going out with her...(Don't ask why) Anyways, She got mad...I screwed up there.... I tried to clear things up...Talking & Stuff like that... Then I though The world was going to fall apart around me...Some kid told her i wanted to get into her pants... That was the lowest point of my life. She got REALLY MAD & At one point was going for Sexual Harrasment. That fell though & She stood on Neutral grounds with me as i tried to become her friend again...At one point i pulled through that... But the way i did it is i bought her stuff... Thats NOT what i wanted... Anyways, I have been working on a Relashonship Since then with her...We are good friends now...She gives me Hugs & Stuff like that...But Like i said I am not the most atrractive guy there...I am a LOW side of Atractivity...I'm not a person that so ugly that i got hit by an Ugly stick...BUT, I am not the greatist.... So to the question... I want to make my Move this year, BUT I AM SO nervous that she will say ''No''. She will i can tell you that...But i come to you guys because you are people that do these jobs. I hope that you can help....Thanx...PEACE.
Girls want more than just good looks.
They are looking for someone they can trust, someone they can share feelings with, and someone who cares for them. Good lucks are a plus, of course.
But you can make up for that by working out and maybe joining a sports team.
Another thing you can do is study hard and get good grades. All these things attract people to each other.
Wait a while and then tell her you are developing feelings for her and ask her how she feels. You might be pleasantly surprised.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com