Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
ok, it all started in 9th grade when me and this girl starting talking to each other at a football game. we realized that we had so much stuff in common that whenever we saw each other we would smile and wave. we talked and hung out for about 4 months before i decided to ask her out, becouse all of our friends said we liked each other. so we went out but it was a totall disaster. we didnt act the same around each other and in the whole 1 month we dated we hung out once (it was the middle of winter and we both had school). but the reason we broke up was a huge argument we had over a silly subject. after the fight i wrote her a sincere apologie note saying i was sorry and said that we could just be friends. it started out slow but now 4 months later were acting just as spunky and smiley we did when we first say each other. i even have 2 classes with her and when were doing labs she stays by my side and we do the questions together. i have no clue what to do. i know before we went out in the first place she had a really bad realationship so she doesnt trusts guys very much. do i take it to the next level, and how do i, or do i make sure we just stay friends? please help! Advice
Definitely keep being her friend. It sounds like two two are a very compatible pair.

Gradually you will either grow back together again or not. Don't push the subject with her. She can probably tell that you still like her. If nothing happens in a month, try telling her that you still have feelings for her and see what she says.

Good luck! George

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