I'm hesitant on asking her out.Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
There's this girl I like but she was dating some other guy, and finally after waiting two years she's single again, she broke up with her boy friend. She told me that her brake up was a mutual one so she is not sad about it and I don't know if she still needs time. She seems ok but I don't know if I should express how I feel so soon after her break up. I've liked her for the longest time but im afraid to ask her out or tell her how I feel about her. I've waited for her a long time and I don't want to lose her again. Me and her are really good friends and one time she told me that if she had known me like she does now, before she was dating her ex, she would have liked me. So I don't know if I should wait any longer. I see her hanging out with some new guy and I want to do something quick because I don't want to lose her again. I want to ask her out and express my feelings for her but I don't know how to start, or actuall go about and do it. Im afraid she'll reject me because its so soon after her break up, but at the same time I don't want to lose her. I really like her and want to make her my girlfriend. Should I give her time or should I do it quick before some other guy comes int the picture again. I don't want to make the same mistake twice. What should I do and how should I do it?
My advice is to make your move and do it fast. She seems to like you so you shouldn't have too much trouble discussing this with her.
Tell her you respect her feelings and realize that it may be too soon for her to start a new relationship but that you want her to know because you would feel bad if she found a new boyfriend while you waited.
Good luck! George
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