its a long story but plese help me..Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
i am 14 years old
there was a new girl came into my class..at first i thought she was ok and then after talking2, i started liking her, slowly i loved her.. everything was going fine, she even asked for my number!
one day she wanted to go out with her friends from her old scholl and i wanted to come. so i asked her if i could come or not and she said no, n didnt hav a reason why. i persuaded and persuaded until she got fed up and said :why are you such a forcing person??!!" from there she hated me, she goes away wenever i approach her..
there was nothing i could do, so i just left her alone and we never talked for about 5 months and it was horrible.. i was the smart one in my class and one day she came up to me and she said "can you please help me?" i helped her out but didn't say a word. she thanked my and slowly, we became friends again..
after 5 months of becoming friends, i thought this might be my chance. I am going to leave the school and move somewhere else so I had to ask her out quickly i thought.
one day, my friends, including her and i went to the zoo, watched a movie and then we went to her (the girl i like) house. we were having such a good time, and just before we went home, i asked her out. her reaction was saying "what?!" while smiling and then she ran around, sort of excited and surprised at the same time. my friend puled her and then she said no. then i said "ok we'll just be friends" and she said "ok".
the next day she wouldn't even want to talk to me. she ignored me fully. why is she doing this? does she feel guilty and wrong for rejecting me? does she hate me because i like her? she does she have in mind? what should i do so that we can at least be friends and talk again?
She is probably feeling embarrassed about saying no to you.
You need to let things calm down for a while and then approach her and say you are sorry you asked her out and that you hope you can be friends.
If she is a nice person, she will say yes to being friends again.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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