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    I'm kinda shy around people I don't know and so normally don't say much but I can't get this one girl out of my head. We're both at college, with the same friends, so we're around eachother a lot. We haven't really talked to eachother but we've been in this group together for a while now and I've come to realize that I like her.

    How should I go about approaching her without it being awkward after all this time? How could I get her alone, away from the group? What could I say?

    She is rarely on her own, and I'm mainly just afraid I'll get rejected and things in the group will become awkward, but it's better than to regret never trying.
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    If you're feeling shy, maybe text her instead? Or maybe bite the bullet and ask her if she as advice for your course or if she wants to go on a walk?
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    Try and get her number first because if you're in the same friendship group then obviously it wouldn't be weird. And if you have a friend that is close to her maybe ask for their help like go out for a meal and maybe try and sit next to her to get to know her better. Don't think about rejection yet because you don't even know her that well, just focus on maybe trying to get close with her.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm kinda shy around people I don't know and so normally don't say much but I can't get this one girl out of my head. We're both at college, with the same friends, so we're around eachother a lot. We haven't really talked to eachother but we've been in this group together for a while now and I've come to realize that I like her.

    How should I go about approaching her without it being awkward after all this time? How could I get her alone, away from the group? What could I say?

    She is rarely on her own, and I'm mainly just afraid I'll get rejected and things in the group will become awkward, but it's better than to regret never trying.
    Since you're with her group you'll hear what she talks about, find out what she likes and get talking. She'll feel more comfortable and so will you if you both have something in common to discuss ☺

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    Do you know about anything she's interested in? Anywhere she likes to go? Talk to her a few times, find out these things before trying to say or do anything. Then, you could say that you and one or two of your friends are going somewhere and they 'mysteriously' drop out at the last second.

    It might be awkward but maybe you just have to talk to her or show an interest in her while you're all together in the group.
 
 
 
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