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    I'm in a girls' school and I really admire a person that is 2 years older than me. I think I'm bisexual but I cannot tell whether I have a feeling for her or it's just simple admiration. She's the type that does well in everything, academics,sports,music,drama,etc . I'm quite bad at socializing and I'm overseas,which makes me further away from her. She's going to uni next Sept and I'm changing a school so I really want to grab this chance to get closer to her...
    I'm such a coward that I don't even have the courage to say hi to her. I think she knows my name though.
    Struggling with my feelings these days,what should I do?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm in a girls' school and I really admire a person that is 2 years older than me. I think I'm bisexual but I cannot tell whether I have a feeling for her or it's just simple admiration. She's the type that does well in everything, academics,sports,music,drama,etc . I'm quite bad at socializing and I'm overseas,which makes me further away from her. She's going to uni next Sept and I'm changing a school so I really want to grab this chance to get closer to her...
    I'm such a coward that I don't even have the courage to say hi to her. I think she knows my name though.
    Struggling with my feelings these days,what should I do?
    Can relate, it is very difficult I know, especially to someone you are attracted to but they only kind of know you exist.

    Honestly, you just have to say hi. It's going to be the most difficult thing to do but after hat it should be easier and you'll be able to approach Eachother. It helps if you have mutual friends or activists or classes but as she's 2 years older I'm not sure if any of those things are there, but say hi nonetheless

    Good luck, wish you all the best
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    Can relate, it is very difficult I know, especially to someone you are attracted to but they only kind of know you exist.

    Honestly, you just have to say hi. It's going to be the most difficult thing to do but after hat it should be easier and you'll be able to approach Eachother. It helps if you have mutual friends or activists or classes but as she's 2 years older I'm not sure if any of those things are there, but say hi nonetheless

    Good luck, wish you all the best

    Thank you so much!
    We do have the same activity,but she is always talking to her friends I tried to join their conversation once but it turned out to be REALLY AWKWARD.A social phobic like me will just die x_x The mix of international and local girls in the school is quite bad,I'm even not close to the local girls in my year. So sad....
    We obviously don't have any same lessons but I can see her at school sometimes
    I'll just be braver next time! as long as I will not be regarded as a creepy stalker
    I always feel she's so cool and gorgeous while I'm so boring : (
 
 
 
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