I'm not sure if I should call her up with a better conversation or just try to forget it and move onVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I had a crush on this girl for a month and a half and it was nearing the end of the school year. There were times where I wanted to go up to her and tell her how I felt head on. Unfortunatly, I was too shy to do this and of course, it got harder over time, especialy since she was in 3 of my classes, which isn't a whole lot, but just enough. on the second to last week of school my friend and I somehow got into a conversation about crushes and I told him, he just made it worse by reminding me of how little of time I had left. Now on the second to last day of school I was in a bit of a panick. I made a mistake of asking my friend to tell her how I feel. He didn't tell her. she came to me asking what he was going to say and I could barely choke the words out. she then went on and on about guys are so wierd about that type of stuff. then at lunch she came up to me and said she wanted to be just friends. I agreed and we didn't talk over the course of the rest of the school year(a day and a half). I got over her after the first week of the summer, for a while. then the crush came back, worse because I knew she didn't like me THAT way. so I have no way to contact her except from the number I found in the phone book. I'm not sure if I should call her up and try again with a better conversation or just try to forget it and move on.
Sure, give her a call, remind her who you are and how she said you could be friends.
Be sure to have plenty to talk about (make a list if you have to) and have a really good way to start off the conversation.
If you do succeed in being a good friend with her then you can ask her to on a simple date like go for a walk in the park or go to a movie.
Give it a try... nothing ventured, nothing gained.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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