Should I let him go?

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Dear George,

Well this must be like the millionth time I'm asking a question about the same guy.It's like this I have liked this guy since 9th grade he is a grade above me. We have only exchaged like a few words between eachother. He said what are you looking at, and later I said hi to him twice. Things happened and he thought I was weird. When I was a sophmore I had a class with him and we never talked. Now Im a junior and he is a senior, I hardly see him anymore, but I still like him. I know I should move on at this point, but its difficult. I have no real connections to him, except I know where he works..It's a family business. But I can't just go there and talk to him, it would be too awkward. My question is if you have a any last advice that won't make me look too stupid, or if you think I should let him go....

Thanks so much for all the advice you have already given me!

BM Advice
The best way to get close to someone is to talk and smile with them.

So, when you see him in the hall, look him straight in the eyes and say in a clear voice "Hi" plus his name and give hime a very big smile. He will say hello in return and so you keep doing this until you feel comfortable asking him how he is doing. Once you start talking you are in business.

Never give up hope, but keep your eyes open for other boys.

Good luck! George

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