I'm having trouble with a girl I've liked since 8th grade. I'm a senior in high school now. She's always given me smiles, been really easy to talk to and never tries to run away from talking to me. She always adds more to the conversation, even when i'm realllly nervous talking to her. I made my first album (im a musician) and asked if i could drop it off at her house (lol). She said yes, and easily gave me her number and address. I never did but i think that means she trusts me enough to give out such personal info. The only thing is, me and her good friend had a thibg that went really bad. Were now good, but my old thing says that she would never go out with me. But she still gives me looks, and isn't weirded out when i ask her questions, and when i say hi, she smiles and says it back, and i see her look at me a lot, especially from the side. Rhe other day, i talked to my ex, and officially we became friends again. Then i went on ask. fm and asked her friend (my crush I've been talking about) questions. She somehow figured out it was me. I denied and she seemed disappointed, so i told her it was me. She asked me if i still liked my ex, and i said no. She kept asking me questions about her, and twlling me i should not mess up things with her since we finally started talking again. That went on for 2 hours. What do you think about all this, PLEASE HELP thanks!
- There is hopeVote A
- No hope, move onVote B
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ofcourse there's hope.. she seems to like u... but has trust issues, and doesn't want to end up getting hurt like the other girl.. two things she needs:
1) reassurance from u that u really like her, and won't hurt her, with specific reasons.. maybe things u like about her or whatever
2) reassurance from u that u have absolutely no feelings for the other girl.. examples that would help would be why it didn't work out with the other girl (make sure u dont say anything mean or negative) something like an interest or personality difference.. whatever it was.. just be honest, but say it in a way that doesn't put blame or judgment on the other girl