I need her in the worst way

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
Ok I asked u before for help and basicly did what u told me and here's where I'm at...

There's this girl who's basicly my closest female friend and I told her how I felt about her and that's that I love her and wanted to go out and this is in a nutshell what she said.

"I think ur a great guy." But she's iffy about us being a couple beacuse I use to talk about my ex a lot but I've moved completely on since then....(its has been about 6 months now since she said that

So we hang out a lot but with her sister (who I had a thing for at one time) and we flirt alittle here and there..

So what I'm trying to get at is I want to ask her out again but I really dont want to seem like a pest and keep bugging her and press the issuse. But I need her as my gf bad but I also don't want her to think less of me or our friendship. I'm also shy but this is the most I've opened up to anyone before I was "with them"

Thanks for ur time!

RomanceClass.com Advice
You should ask her again because after being your friend so long, she may have decided she likes you more that she did before.

Tell her you don't want to be a pest or to endanger your friendship, but you really feel strongly that you two would make an excellent couple and it is worth giving it a try.

Good luck! George

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