Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
So there's this girl I met in a class last semester and as time went on I grew more and more attracted to her. We would partner up quite a bit and got along very well in my opinion. I would make her laugh quite a bit and usually look at me and smile. So I thought that she liked me and I could ask her out. But before I could she started dating someone from her work. This semester we are in a class together again and my feelings have gotten even stronger for her. She is still dating this guy and seems to be genuinely happy with him. However, I've never really had a girl look at me and smile like she does. So I don't know if that is a "hey I like you smile" or a "hey I like you as a friend smile". We don't spend time together out of class or communicate a lot, except when I see her a few times at my work, I work at target/walmart type store, that is near where she lives, so it doesn't seem unusual. Class is almost out and I have no clue whether she is attracted to me and I should tell her how I feel or if I should just let her be happy and hope for a shot later. What should I do?

-Clueless what to do and in need of advice.

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You have nothing to lose.

Next time you see her, say that you really like her and if she breaks up with her boyfriend you will be waiting.

It's just the truth but it will alert her to your feelings.

Good luck! George

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