What does she think of me?

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
There is a girl I really like in the other class in my same grade. I am the new kid at this school, but I am alredy accepted as a friend to many people. She broke up with one of my friends over the summer. He said it was because he was obsessing over their rlationship. Anyway, I know she likes my singing voice, but I am practically the only guy in the school who can't let go of his inhibitions, or tell a joke or ask someone out. This may be why she pays more attention to other guys than she does to me. When she's talking to me I think the smile fades from her face, but I may be imagining it. I think it's because I don't always smile. She compliments me on my singing voice, and sometimes says hi, but I'm not sure how to break the ice with her. Should I get over her, (I could if I wanted to, I'm pretty good at that) or try to ask her out?

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Start getting closer to her gradually.

To do this, whenever you see her in the hall, look her right in the eyes, say in a clear voice "Hi" plus her name, and give her a big smile.

Smiling is very important. Practice it in front of a mirror if you have to.

Once you are comfortable saying hi and smiling then it will be time to ask her out.

Good luck! George

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