I Care About Her, I Can't Seem to Talk to Her

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
I have deep feelings for a girl at school. I don't want to call it love because I'm only 14, and true love can only be discovered through talking and friendship (man that sounded good, maybe you guys should hire me.)

I'm not truly sure if she likes me, but I can never find out because I can't find the gumption to ever say something to her. I could always give an occasional hello, but I don't know what to say to her, to begin a conversation.

What would a 14-year old boy and girl converse about? That's my question for you guys.

RomanceClass.com Advice
It's good that you realize that love might involve actually talking to someone :) :) Right now you have a crush on her. Actual relationships involve peopel who spend time together, talk to each other and share their lives. So that is your next step, to talk to her.

Heck, what do you talk to your friends about?? When I was 14 I had a ton of male and female friends, and we talked about everything under the sun - movies, TV shows, sports, books, local events, music, you name it. What is there NOT to talk about? Yes, you say hello, so go further! Ask her how she's doing. Ask her if she's seen the Matrix 3! Ask her anything and everything. Find out what she likes and ask her more about that. In essence FLIRT. I have a ton of flirting tips here -


it's a skill you need to learn and practice often!

-- from Jenn
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