Should I try going to her house and talking to her? What else could I do?Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
There's this girl I've liked for almost a year now, but she has a boyfriend so I haven't really been able to ask her out. Despite this, I can't seem to get over her, and I've been kind of waiting to see how her relationship goes. Her boyfriend lives fairly far away, so I wanted to see if it would last and hopefully give me a chance to be with her. We became pretty good friends since we go to the same school and have a lot of classes together. We talked like every day and would work together on projects in chemistry and stuff. She seemed to like me.
Now, here's the thing: I have her screen name, and I had hoped to keep in touch over the summer. She was like super friendly for a few days and then she suddenly doesn't talk to me anymore for a little over a month now. I don't know what to do! I never asked for her phone number, and the number in the phone book is always busy(I think it may be their second phone line for internet service). Anyway, her address is in there, and I would assume it's accurate. I guess I just want to know what you think I should do? Should I try going to her house and talking to her? What else could I do? This is really driving me crazy.
Going to her house is an ok idea.
But, it might startle her and scare her away... after all, she is avoiding you already.
Something else you could do is to write her a letter and mail it or drop it off at her house. Tell her how you feel, give her your phone number and ask her to call you. Or at least to contact you online.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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