How to talk to girl when there is little opportunity for communicating
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I know this girl from school "Laura", but I do not really spend that much time with her, just because we are in different grades, but I do see her on my way to class. I'm staring to like her more, and I think she's starting to like me. I want to spend more time with her And show her that I like her, but also not being too clingy. What should I do? She is also friends with my x-girlfriend, and she knows what happened in our relationship and how it ended and everything after that. I do not know if that will affect the way "Laura" acts around me or what she thinks of me?
For one thing, make sure that whenever you pass her that you give a big smile and say "Hi Laurie." Then increase it to "Hi Laurie how are you doing?" She should be able these simple conversational efforts.
Once you are comfortable with doing this, try to get her alone for a chat. If that isn't possible then call her at home and introduce yourself and ask her if she has time to chat for a short time. Have some topics ready to chat about.
If she likes you at all, all of your attention will make her like you even more. You won't know until you try it.
-- from George
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