i dont get much time

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Hello, im 15 and shes 16 we go to the same school but are in different grades and have no classes together

i really like her, but we arent good friends.
Our parents are best friends so i know alot about her, but we arent good friends, all we do is say hi

I've been wanting to drop a hint (hug) but i always get nervous, I dont like talking to her with her friends around, cause it makes me uncomfortable

so i only see her alone for maybe 30 seconds before a class and we are going in opposite directions.

So, i dont know how to get closer to the point of asking her out. She doesnt dislike me but i am probably less then 5% of the way beforre asking her out. She would complete my life right now, and i really want this to work

i understand you arent professionals but i appreciate the help :)

RomanceClass.com Advice
Let your parents know how you feel about this girl and ask their advice.

Since they are best friends with her parents they will probably figure out something that you two could do together.

At school, you need to increase your interactions with her. Instead of just saying hi (and make sure you look her in the eyes and smile when you do it), also ask her how she is doing. You won't have much time to do this but at least it's a step in the right direction.

Good luck! George

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