what do you forseeVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Ive been riding the school bus for 1 and a half years and this new girl comes on. She sits away from everyone for a few days so I go over and sit next to her. She doesnt say a word and doesn't even look at me or move or anything. So this has kept up for a few months and I talk to her but she doesn't respond in any way. I already asked what her problem was to her teacher and shes very autistic. I catch myself staring at her sometimes and when i look away and look back and she jumps and looks back out the window. sometimes ill ask do you want me to leave you alone and she will nod yes but then a little bit after I'll start feeling weird and go over and ask her if i can sit next to her and she will nod yes (almost every time) I've tryed looking for other girls but just have not had any luck. I'm kinda autistic to. So i told her i liked her alot... and she seems mad or scared of me now or something... All I really want to know is by this story what do u forsee.
It's hard to say what her problem is.
She may have a terrible home life or background. That or she may be a super shy person.
My advice is to continue to tell her that you care for her and tell her why. Maybe you are attracted to her because she is shy or that you feel good trying to help someone out who appears to be lonely.
Don't be surprised if this doesn't work out... she seems to be deeply unhappy and may be beyond your ability to help her. But if you enjoy being with her and trying to interact with her then definitely keep doing it because it will probably be good for both of you.
Good luck! George
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