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Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
recently this girl that i've like for quite some time has told me that she liked me. i told her that liked her too.(this was like 3 weeks to a month ago) now, i got out of a 2 year relationship back in may and i didnt want to go and jump into another just yet. i also didnt think she was ready for one either. never asked her just kind of got the feeling she wasnt. we talked about all of this and just decided that for now we would just be friends and hang out when we can and hopefully something would happen in the near future. so we've hung out a few times, gone to a concert, seen some movies and now were going to another concert later this month. i have a feeling that if im going to do anything about our situation that i should do it that night. but recently after the last time we hung out which was on tuesday it kinda seems like shes been ignoring me. her friends take up alot of her time and i know that one of them had just gotten back from a long summers trip so im just asumeing/hopeing its that. but with my imagination i always end up asumeing the worst and im kinda thinking she has lost interest in me. i really dont know what to do here. i dont want to try anything at the concert if she doesnt like me any more and make an awkward situation. i would ask her the simple question "do you still like me?" but heres the thing. she hates it when people are clingy and i feel that ive been being way to clingy when it came to the whole us liking each other thing. any advice will be greatly apreciated.




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You've still got time left to decide whether she has lost interest.

Just keep doing what you have been doing... it seems it was working, at least for a while. Don't back off because she may be feeling that you are losing interested. Worrying isn't going to help because that is a sign of clinginess itself and she might detect it.

Unless she is actually standoffish before the concert, you should plan of "trying something" at the concert because if you don't she will assume that you are either too slow or that you don't like her very much.

Good luck! George

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