Should I stay with her?

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I have been dating this girl for about 2 1/2 months. When we first started to date I hung out with her all the time till she started her new job. I am a type of guy that wants to hang out with my girl as much as possible. The past couple of weeks we have been arguing a lot cause I want to see her but she is like i'm hanging out with my friend. We used to hang out on the Fridays that I didn't have to work. I also asked her those Fridays could be our night to hang out and she said that day is her and her best friends night. I don't have a night. I bought her tickets to go to a baseball game and took off of work to spend time with her for her birthday. She told be she can't go cause she has to do a dinner thing with her mom and she also said she probably won't hang out with me tonight cause it's hers and her friends Friday thing. What Should I do? Should I stay with her. I'm ready to get serious with someone and I don't know if she is. Thanks and sorry for how long this is! Advice
She is clearly not giving you what you need.

You deserve more time with her if she is going to consider you her BF. Ask her flat out what your relationship is in her opinion. If she says BF then you will need to work on her to realize that you need more time with her. If she refuses, it's time to move on. Be frank with her on this.

Good luck! George

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