What should I do?

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
I really like this girl that I have known for about 3 years now. We are not godd friends, in fact, we only really talked to each other for the past two years. At the beginning, it was just laughing and joking around in class. Finally, I asked her to dance with me and she said yes. Before we left, I said I'd like to see her over the summmer, and she asked me out online two weeks later. However, that didn't work out because of the timings and we decided we would wait for the school year since she was really busy that summer. At the end of summer, she asked if we could be just friends for a bit so that we could get to know each other better. I agreed, but soon I asked her out and got rejected, numerous times. Now, things are very awkward between us, and we don't talk. What should I do? I just seem to want to avoid her now because it is so awkward, and she does the same. Is that because she likes me or because she doesn't?
Also, I'm having a party soon and some mutual friends are coming. Should I invite her too?

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You asked her out and got rejected numerous times. This is the answer to your question about whether she likes you or not. She may like you as a friend but nothing more right now.

Yes, you should ask her to your party. Maybe something will happen to change your relationship.

Good luck! George

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