I later found out that, J* never told her parents about me

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Hi, I go to boarding school, and am home for the summer. I met this girl J*, and she really likes me, and is making it obvious, so theres no doubt about it. I like her to, and really want to go out with her. She lost her cellphone, and so i had to call her house, when i did, i spoke to her mom, and her mom said she wasnt there, but would call me back. I later found out that, J* never told her parents about me, and never said that we had gone to see each other before. They got mad at her, and she's not allowed to see or talk to me anymore. I'm hoping she'll call me, and I can talk to her, and hopefully see her again. If I see her again, I would like to ask her out, but i'm also afriad that her parents are going to find out and get even more mad. Or she'll say no because of her parents. What is the best thing to do?

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This is a tough assignment.

Call up her house speak to one of the parents (so if J* answers ask to speak to her mother or father).

Introduce yourself to the parent and say you would like to apologize for your part in the trouble that J* is in. There is no guessing what they will say, but at least you have done your part.

This may do absolutely no good, but it's worth trying.

Good luck!

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