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    An important point to establish is that I am a girl who is not openly into girls, so people do not know. Also, I and the girl I like are both 15. Last year she did 'go out' with a boy but she hasn't had loads of relationships.

    I've only recently developed feelings for this girl as I've never really paid much attention to her. She is quiet and well-behaved, not really outgoing which worsens the fact that we only have 5 out of 25 lessons in a week together, so it is much harder to get chatting to her.

    I've spoken to her a little, then last week we talked for a bit after she approached me at school and she followed me on IG. We also talked for the whole lesson that we had together, this makes me think she at least likes me on a friend/personal level however we haven't been talking for long so it's hard to tell.

    I don't see her often, besides two subjects but in one I have had twice this week, I feel as though she avoids looking at me all of a sudden, I don't know if this is because the feeling is mutual or if i'm over analysing?

    I would really appreciate your views on why this may be, or alternatively, how I can get closer to her, she is such a lovely girl in general and I would still love to be her friend.
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    There is not enough information provided (I don't think you'd be able to provide enough either) to tell how she's feeling or why she's doing that. Your guess is as good as ours

    But keep talking to her, find out if you have anything common that you can use to meet up. If nothing else, ask if she wants to study together for the lessons that you share.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    An important point to establish is that I am a girl who is not openly into girls, so people do not know. Also, I and the girl I like are both 15. Last year she did 'go out' with a boy but she hasn't had loads of relationships.

    I've only recently developed feelings for this girl as I've never really paid much attention to her. She is quiet and well-behaved, not really outgoing which worsens the fact that we only have 5 out of 25 lessons in a week together, so it is much harder to get chatting to her.

    I've spoken to her a little, then last week we talked for a bit after she approached me at school and she followed me on IG. We also talked for the whole lesson that we had together, this makes me think she at least likes me on a friend/personal level however we haven't been talking for long so it's hard to tell.

    I don't see her often, besides two subjects but in one I have had twice this week, I feel as though she avoids looking at me all of a sudden, I don't know if this is because the feeling is mutual or if i'm over analysing?

    I would really appreciate your views on why this may be, or alternatively, how I can get closer to her, she is such a lovely girl in general and I would still love to be her friend.
    What I would say is to hang out with her after class say your stuck on a work and you would appreciate some help and tag along to where ever else she goes.
    As you are a girl it's much easier to hang out with her I feel but harder to figure out whether she likes you she should give out hints does she stare at you often, does she try to approach you for no reason, does she try to touch you.

    I had a friend who was quiet and always alone in the library but she was clever very clever so I chatted to her in class asking her how to do a question and after class I followed her asking where she was going and since that day we were good friends (I don't have feelings for her though).
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    There is not enough information provided (I don't think you'd be able to provide enough either) to tell how she's feeling or why she's doing that. Your guess is as good as ours

    But keep talking to her, find out if you have anything common that you can use to meet up. If nothing else, ask if she wants to study together for the lessons that you share.
    I completely agree that it is hard to tell, although it seems to me that she acts around me how I act around her, she was never like that before and nor was I, only until I began to like her . Was just a thought that maybe she liked me too. Will see about chatting more.
 
 
 
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