the last school year I've had my eyes on a girl

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Hi. I am 16 and the last school year I've had my eyes on a girl. She is beautiful in any way I can imagine. I have liked her for some time and I'm not sure if she likes me too. I've gotten mixed signals from her and I can't tell I this is for real or it's just nothing. I've been thinking about her all summer and I don't know what to do. I don't know how to contact her. I recently confessed to a friend of my feelings but she couldn't help me. What should I do? It's tearing me apart. Advice
If you want to contact her this summer then you are going to have to hone your detective skills. Hopefully you know her name... if it's not a common name, get out the phone book and call all the listed numbers under her last name and ask to speak with her. If you get a hold of her introduce yourself and tell her that you find her very attractive and interesting and that you wonder if she would mind chatting with you a little bit to get to know each other better.

If she's not ready for that, ask for her email or other way of contacting her.

If you can't find her thru the phone book, ask around to find out who knows her and can help you contact her.

Next school year starts in a month or so... then is your chance to introduce yourself and get the relationship going!

Best of luck!

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