She's Acting Strange...

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Yeah, I know, I wrote to you less than a week ago, and for that i'm sorry, but I am just so confused/ I thought I was good, but I guess something happened. I'm that same guy who said "I just got closer to a girl" about not wanting to go out until high school, etc.
Two days ago I was fine. Happy. Whatever. Finally getting closer to the girl of my dreams. But yesterday, she was acting all quiet, she hardly spoke. So, I was dissapointed after school, but I guessed my expectations were just high considering I had such a good day the day before. But then today, it was the same. She still makes eye contact with me a lot, but still, hardly any talking. I kinda talked with her in the hall, but I did almost all the talking. I have no idea why she's acting like this.
Last time I said people were starting to notice us. Maybe she isn't comfortable with other people knowing? Tomorrow i'm going to ask her best friend (Who i'm good friends with as well) if she's feeling alright. If she doesn't know, I suppose i'll just go up to her and ask.
Of course, by the time you read and reply to this, I would've already asked if she was okay.
So, what do you think? Advice
Yeah, ask her friend what is going on.

But if you don't get a clear answer or an answer you don't like... then go up to her yourself and ask her face to face if there is a problem. Don't say it just like that, say something like you have noticed she is not as cheerful as usual and you hope that she is ok.

Remember to ask her if she is willing to hang out as friends.

Good luck! George

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