Best friend's sister blues

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
there was this cute boy that move into the neighborhood. to make a long story short. i started to like him. he became my brother's best friend . when i tried to get with him he said no because i was his bestfriend's sister. so a month goes by he started to like me. we go out, then for some weird reason it seemed like he never had a gurlfriend, so he would not put his arm around me, he was boring , no sense of hurmor, just boring. for some reason i fell a little bit in love with him. a month passed and he decides that he doesn't want to be in a relationship so we break up!! He say I'm shady. i can't see how WE never talked. it was like we were complete strangers when me and him went out! He also says that he doesn't want to go out with his bestfriends sister. first of all he knew that before he got with me. i think that was an excuse to break up with me. he still wants to take me out for my birth day! I really do like him. he told me he's use to going out with gurls younger than him instead of the same age as him.He told me he just wanted to be friends.can you help me get him back please ASAP ! now i'm depressed all the time. i know he likes me but he's afraid to because i'm his bestfriend's sister. Advice
Go out to dinner with him and be calm, easy to get along with, and stay away from romance. If things go well, keep doing it. If they don't go well, then remain friends but don't think of him romantically. If that fails, drop him.

Good luck,

-- from George
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