what should I do, and how?

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
There's a girl at my school and I've liked her for a long time, we're also good friends. Not too long a go I finally expressed howb I felt but she rejected me because I like her too much, so she chose another guy over me. And just recently, she got her heart broken by this guy. I've talked to her and she says she's ok, but she let me know that right now she doesn't want a boyfriend and that she just wants to have fun, she also let me know that she had a lot of options. I don't know what to take from this but I think that she doesn't want any drama. I also don't want to suffer the consequences from the other guy's mistake of breaking her heart. How should I let her know that I want to be her boyfriend again, how should I let her know that im different from the others and that im the right one? I really like her and this is the last time that im going for it, what is the best way to tell her this and how can I woo her and steal her attention, because I feel like this will be a big challenge? Should I do something special, unique, or romantic for her, and if so, what should I do? I need a sure way to catch her attention to let her know I still like her and still care.

RomanceClass.com Advice
Don't give her drama, just tell her simply that you like her a lot and if she ever wants a a boyfriend that you are available.

It appears too soon for her to accept your offer so don't be surprised if she turns you down again. Maybe you should try something like asking her out to a movie. You could even say "as friends" so she won't think you are trying to make a date out of it. My guess is that she will say yes to that.

Good luck! George

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