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There is a girl I like at school. How can I tell if she likes me?

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Question - (26 September 2006) 2 Answers - (Newest, 27 September 2006)
A male , *yromaniac writes:

hi i am 14 and have a big problem. theres this girl that i like at school whos 15, i really like her but arnet confident enough to ask her out. i dont think i'm particulary good looking so that makes it even harder, and finaly i dont even know if she likes me, how can i tell?

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A female reader, Toria +, writes (27 September 2006):

Toria agony auntYou need to think about what have you got to lose from saying anything, if you say something and she feels the same way then you gain from this, if you say something and she doesn't feel the same then at least you know and can try and move on from this, if you don't say something you will always wonder what if ..

Good luck :o)

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (26 September 2006):

firstly... dnt put your self down... everyone has a good feature, and everyone likes different things in people. the way to find out if she likes u is well, think about, how she acts... her body language and well then if ur certain she dus then hint to her... hope this helps xx

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