Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Alright, I'm having trouble getting closer to a girl who I am currently dating. She goes to my school so I see her almost everyday at school, but we only see her every once in awhile outside of school maybe every other weekend or so because of my work schedule and sports for both of us. Which has been okay because I didn't want to rush things with her, and make her feel uncomfortable, but at the same time I don't want it to be an only friends thing, which I think it might be starting to become, because she seems to want to spend more time with other guys then with me at school. I always have to go to her. I also gave her a necklace at Christmas which she never wears... and I wish she did. At school it seems like i'm just a friend, but when we're away from everyone else at a movie or something it seems like she loves being around me and acts like my girlfriend not just a guy friend. I think I need a way to get closer to her and break the friends barrier, but I'm not sure how to do that. I'm 18 she 17 Advice
It does seem like she is not happy with your dating situation.

Too bad you couldn't talk more on the phone to keep contact. Or write her emails telling her how much you care for her. Girls (and everyone) like to hear nice things said about them

Don't be shy. Ask her to wear the necklace you got her for Christmas... it will let her know that you care and if she wears it you will be happy too.

Maybe you haven't been romantic enough likes holding hands,hugging, and kissing--she would feel neglected if you didn't kiss her.

Good luck, George

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