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Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Ok i am 16 and have never dated. Ever since i got into new school. I've been liking this girl in one of my classes. Her friends have told me that she does not like a long relationship and wants to be a "free bird." To me, i think she joins then ditches. But every time i see her, she hugs me, holds my hand and pulls by my shirt. I've been told that she does that to all her guy friends. But i'm starting to like her but i keep thinking i'm not good enough for her. Her friends tell me to slow it down and not make her nervous, my friends tell me to rush up and ask her. what do i do?????




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Ask her to go to some event like a basketball game or dance. But tell her it is just as a friend. She will probably accept the invitation because everyone likes to go out and do things.

Once you are together, you may find that you get along well and a relationship may develop.

Lots of romances spring up during the Holidays. Go for it now!

Good luck, George

-- from George
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