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Ok, so I'm a 15 year old high schooler and recently I've taken notice of this girl at school. It seemed at first that she liked me,always giving me quick glances in classes and smiling when we passed each other in the halls. Well I also like her as well, and her friends just recently found out. Since they're really close to her, they told her and the next day at school, she tried to avoid me. For example, I was walking to chemistry class (we share this class together) and she was behind me. Instead of slowly walking past me like she usually does, she ran past me and talked with her friends (looked kind of fake). Also, she used to stay online a lot on Facebook, probably hoping I would talk to her. But now, whenever I go online, she logs off a couple of minutes later. She's not really the shy type with other guys and her friends, but she just doesn't seem to be able to start a conversation with me. I'm also not shy with my friends or other girls, but am with her. I think she kind of knew before that I liked her, but now that she knows for sure (because her friends told her), I get the feeling she doesn't like me anymore. What do you think? Please help me! Thank you! Advice
Your imagination has been running wild. It is time for you to take action and find out how she feels about you. Talk to her and see how she reacts. Do this in school and on Facebook. If she likes you, she will reply nicely.

In the future, when a girl is showing interest in you, take positive steps quickly and see what happens.

Good luck! George

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