She loves me she loves me not!

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I have been dating this amezing girl for about a month so far. But I am really confused about some things!! I really enjoy hanging out with her she is cute funny and smart. But yet she always seem to look at me as I am better than her and she asks me what do I see in her sometimes she seems inscure.( but that could because she had few bf in her life) and I tend to ask her out all the time and I barely get to go out with her she says that she is busy with work and school. And it kinda bothers me because I want to spend more time with her but I dont want to be pushy I respect people privecy. But when we get to hangout she seem to be all about me and she tells me that she feels bad that she doesn't hangout with me much but she does not seem to care enogh to do anything about it. What should I do. keep asking her out and embarce my self by getting turned down more than half the time. or should I wait for her to ask me out? Advice
There is not much you can do about her work schedule, but you could suggest to her that you do your school work together either at her house or the public library.

Find out her schedule and figure out when she is free and how much time she can hang out with you. Then negotiate how much time to spend together.

As you said, don't be pushy but definitely let her know that you are eager to be with her.

It's only been a month, so give this time to settle into a pattern that both of you feel comfortable with.

Good luck! George

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