Dazed And Confused

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
there was this girl. we were classmates for two years and we got closer only in the second year. we were sort of friends. i really liked her and still do. i know she felt the same way about me. as the guy, i should have asked her out, but i didn't, cos i thought we were too different. she's popular, i'm not. she's got tons of friends, i don't. she's from a well-to-do family, i'm not. and we are both of different races. what got me smitten was her personality, the chemistry we had, and her obvious good looks. it's been about a year since we graduated (the last time i saw her was in january...we didn't even talk, only exchanged glances) but i still think about her every single day. i know she is still single right now. i lost her number but i have her email address and on AIM (although she hardly comes online anymore). because of our differences, i don't think having a relationship with her would ever mount to anything. but now i think i'm in love with her and i miss her and i'm confused. what do i do?

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You'll never know until you try.

The differences make it more difficult, but love will overcome them.

Write her an email and ask her out to dinner. Be well groomed, dress nicely, and be prepared to do some talking. Ask her how she feels about the differences. She will probably agree that they are not important.

If she turns you down for dinner, don't give up. Try again later.

Good luck! George

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