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hey i've reading your tips and gave me some ideas but there is nothing like my own experience to tell you. Well there is this girl in college that i have her for 2 classes and now we hang around. a week ago she told me she kinda likes me and i told her the same thing. we started talking on the phone and even on my space but never about what we feel for each other. a couple of nights ago we got to talk about us and she told me that she is not ready for a relationship because she thinks that it wouldnt be fair for me since she doesnt have a lot of time due to work and school. but she left me with some hope because she told me "who knows what could happen in the near future". now im not a fool and i kinda know where i stand but i need help on how to be more than just friends. What do i have to do in order for her to change her opinion and make her feel that she could be in a relationship since she likes me? your response will be very helpful to me Advice
You should answer the same as she said.

Tell her that you also would want a relationship but that you have too much work and school. Then ask her if there isn't some way you could start up a minor relationship knowing that your times together would be few.

Few times together is better than none, so you will be better off than you are. And, who knows how much better you will get to know each other and might spend more time together.

Good luck! George

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