Heard It Through the Grapevine

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
There is this girl that I had fancied for ages, and I didn't know her until my friend said about her. I dont know how but she knew my name... Anyway I started talking to her and she was also into all the same kind of stuff that I am. I thought she fancied me, as her friend said and apparently she kept on saying my name for no reason when I wasn't even there.. And then I thought things were looking good for me, so I told her friend I fancied her, and she told her.

She just said that she didn't like me like that, I felt really stupid... She then went off me and only just recently started talking to me, (I think that's because my friend said she was being nasty to me not talking to me), Did I miss read the signals?

What should I do?

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You should NEVER trust messages relayed through friends and strangers!! A relationship with someone is about trusting them and being able to talk to them. That means you talk to HER and find out from HER how she feels. It always causes problem to try relaying your feelings and finding out about her feelings through friends. Do you really want her revealing her inner hopes about you to someone else?

You should build up your friendship with her so she talks to YOU about how she feels - and when you guys are good enough friends to be that close, what she'll be telling you is that she cares for you!

-- from Jenn
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