friends causing problems

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
recently i've started liking my good friend and ( as far as i can tell) she seems to like me too. i've started hanging out with her a lot more and nonverbally hinting that i want something more than just friendship.

the problem is that we have the same friends and they're picking up on this too. they've started talking about us as a couple and telling me to ask her out in front of her. whenever they do this she denies that we have anything going on and that we would go out.

however, im not sure that this is how she really feels since our friends are really putting us on the spot. it also makes me uneasy about asking her out because all the "mood-killers" could make asking her out very akward.

what would you suggest? Advice
No one ever said finding love would be easy.

Tell her how you feel and how awkward it is having your friends talking about you and to you. If she is willing to try, each of you should choose your favorite friend and ask them to help support you in front of the other.

You two will have better luck with some support.

Good luck! George

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at

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