i still love her.

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Hey, the emails you've been getting are from my older brother. This is my second time. Anyway, i went out with this girl for seven weeks, then we broke up at a friends party. We talked though, then we went to school the first day, i saw her, went up to her and said hey ____, and she just looked at me and walked off, i just stood there and said, ooookay... later the next week, we were in class talking, and then the teacher gave us free time, i was in my seat drawing, and she came next to my desk and started flirting with some boys, i looked over and smirked... everyone knows i barley have emotions or jealousy, so she still flirted, but this time she liked her finger and touched this boys head. I blew up inside. So the bell rang and i left. Later, i noticed this, she was wearing a skirt that, if she stood on her tippy toes, would show her underwear. I am just sitting there staring and my brain going, what the ? I aslo noticed she is ignoring me, like i don't exsit anymore. I want to ask her out, but we have broken up 2 times, and i do'nt want o sound desperate. Can you give me some help? Thanks if you do.

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It's not a good sign when a girl walks away from you when you say hi.

She hasn't talked to you yet. Unless you can find a way to get her to talk to you then you will have no choice but to just go up and ask her out.

There's a good chance she will say no, but you never know.

Good luck! George

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