A Lost Cause?

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
The story is long... I'll try to sum it up. There's this girl that I know who's a good friend of mine who I really really like. We know each other very well and I have always been there for her. So I figured to try an make a move... I asked her out and she told me she had just gotten over a relationship and was not ready to move on. Time passed and I stayed her friend. Eventually, we started hanging out alot more and I started leaving things on her car every night so that she would wake up and notice flowers, a rockstar drink, maybe some candy, etc on her car! Once I even put bunches of stuffed animals. She loved it! When she was sick, I bought her some white roses. We went to a military ball together and had such fun... However, other people tell me that she loves me as a friend... My question is this... I cannot picture myself happier with anybody else except her... When we're together, nothing else matters... I have yet to tell her all of this, but should I? Is this potential relationship a lost cause? She's got alot of friends, am I just another one of them? Please help me! What should I do?

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You've done everything possible to show her you like her a lot.

Now it is time to ask out again.

Good luck! George

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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