Can i save it from going down the pan?

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Hi, I am james and i hope you can help me.

George has answered a previous question but this is linking on.

I have just moved schools and there is this nice girl called Terri in my form. A fancy her. Emily + Thea have suddenly started bugging me asking who i like? They somehow worked it out and they have told Terri I like her, she has not said anything to me. I think she sort of liked me too, before this, but now, she doesn't do anything like she did before.

Is there anything i could do to solve the question of does she like me and how do i get her to notice me? Can i save it from going down the pan? Advice
Approach her directly and ask her whether E and Th have been talking to her about you. She will probably say yes, but even if she says no, tell her that they have been spreading a rumor that you like her.

Tell her that the rumor is true that you do like her but you don't want to embarrass her with other people and ask if there is anything you can do to help her with the problem.

This might backfire if she simply says "leave me alone" as a way of helping.
But if she says that then you know where you stand. If she is nice about it all, then you have the beginnings of a friendship and you can go on from there.

Good luck!

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