I was introduced to this girl last fall by her father who is a friend of my father and has been for a few years.
I am attracted to her but am shy I think her father is hoping that I will make an effort to ask her out at some point. As far as I know she's never had a bf which is good because I have never had a gf either. She's also an only child. She is 20 and I am 22 we both live with our parents.
She's very slim and extremely pretty. Her family are extremely wealthy and they live in a million dollar plus home, both parents don't work as they don't really have to. She works a steady job and earns around $25k a year. Her main hobby is travelling the world visiting Europe with her best friend.
I on the other hand come from a more modest background. I am average at best. We live in a nice house. I am university educated and am currently self-employed and earn around $12500 a year although I have $40k in savings as I don't waste money, I do some volunteer work at a local museum a couple of days a week to keep busy. I am looking for a career whilst doing this as I realise it can't be permanent.
My main hobbies include collecting/restoring antique bicycles/cars etc, cycling and reading etc I would like to travel but can't afford to take the time off work at present.
Am I good enough for her? Should I make a move on her? Would it have a chance of working out?
- Yes, it might work91% (10)100% (1)92% (11)Vote
- No, don't be so silly0% (0)0% (0)0% (0)Vote
- Other, see comment9% (1)0% (0)8% (1)Vote
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What you do or where you come from doesn't base in having a relationship with someone or making things work. It's about who you are as an individual and how well you connect with the other person. Your personality, your interests, goals, dreams are what make you a unique individual and that's what is attractive to someone. When you have interests in life than just money, it's beautiful to know that there's an actual human being on this planet. Be yourself and share you with her. It won't hurt to try to have a relationship. You don't have to be her boyfriend right away. You can date as friends and let things take its course slowly getting to know each other since it would be yours and her first time getting to know someone in a courtship. Be understanding, honest, loyal and communicative because it helps a lot. Communication is key for friends, family and couples. She'll like you because you sound like a great person have interests so I think it can work. If you feel that you should then make a move, don't be pressured to do something that you don't want to do. It's okay to be shy but also have some courage to take a step further if you want to pursue her, she'll either want to be your friend, go on a date or not want to do either of those ideas bit it' doesn't hurt to try. If you get turned down then wait for the next one and continue your life. I believe that you have a chance though so I say that you should give it a shot.
Good luck. :D0