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NobodyImportant 22-10-17 02:55 AM

Crush Advice
Three years ago, I'm 13, a new girl across the street moved in. We didn't speak much and it stayed that way, untill 8th grade. So we both take the bus and walk home together, then out of nowhere she starts talking to me and having conversations with me almost everyday. I don't have her social media or phone number but I need to know, what's my next step? I can't tell her that I have a crush on her cause I'm almost certain that we wouldn't produce a relationship with just anyone we know. Help plz! Thanks!

lliam 22-10-17 05:28 AM

Re: Crush Advice
This girl has already done the next step by beginning talking to you.

So for now it's all about getting closer and getting to know each other and such.
What's developing out of it now depends on the intensities that each of you has or will develop.

So chill, don't be even a occasionally dick and such.

Maddy01 24-10-17 05:52 AM

Re: Crush Advice
What he ^ said

lliam 24-10-17 06:37 PM

Re: Crush Advice
Maddy's always right :biggrin1:

Sachin 19-02-18 05:07 PM

Re: Crush Advice
I have a crush on a girl for more than six years.... A year back, she became my best friend on Facebook.... But one day a friend of mine just texted her 'I love you' from my account and after some conversations she started ignoring me....even I told her that I hadn't texted that. I miss her so much. l lost her friendship too. What should I do now? I really miss her very much.

lliam 20-02-18 03:46 AM

Re: Crush Advice

That means, she finds the gibberish texting of the other more interesting than yours.

I don't know the background of your story. For example, whether you meet the girl in real life or not. Or how old you both are.

Assuming these six years describe your the span since you turned 12, I assume that you are now 18.

And so I wondered if you never asked her if she likes you more than just on the best-friend level or such ... if so, then it could be your own fault that she lost her interest in you.

Maybe you just waited too long.

In any case, in my opinion, you have only two options:

You ask her one last time what's going on,
or you forget her immediately.

Whatever the cause is, simply move on !!!

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