How can I be her bf??

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male

Umm, where do I start? well, I´m eighteen and the girl I like is 15.
We´ve been good friends for about 2 years now, she´s told me everything & me her. To start with I didn´t have any feelings towards her, but now I do. I´ve realized that she´s my type of person, I feel comfortable around her (not like with other girls) and her around me.
Once before she asked me who I liked and I said that I liked her, but she said no (so then I said that I was joking because I didn´t want to lose her as a friend).She´s always had bad luck with boys, and me with girls (they´ve cheated on me)and we have so much in common.
She´s even asked me face to face if i liked her, & when I was going to say yes I heard her saying stuff like "I love you but only as a friend" and stuff like that.
People even say that we would make a great couple, but gods knows.
Could you direct me in the right path?? (and please don´t say: you´ve gotta talk to her and let her know how you feel etc. Because it´s not easy and I definetly wouldn´t) I was thinking of telling one of her friends so she could mention something.
What do you think??

Thanks alot!!!
Robert Advice
You anticipated my first answer which is to talk with her and tell her your feelings. That is what a good relationship is about. If you can't do it now, make it a goal to improve your communications.

But since you don't have the courage to do it yourself, perhaps your idea will work out ok. Get a friend to tell her how you feel.

Good luck! George

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