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    I'm a 17 year old boy and I've had a crush on this girl for a few months.

    It wasn't much at first, then I grew obsessive and then I stopped liking her but suddenly I've started to like her again.

    Recently she asked me to make something for her, and I did. I gave it to her the next day and she was quite happy with it. The following afternoon and next day I felt as if she gave me more attention - more eye contact, smiling at me.

    I think that she was impressed by me but I don't want to overthink this and become obsessive again.

    How can I stop myself from thinking about her and becoming obsessive? It shouldn't be a big deal to me.

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    Ask her out, if she says yes, success.

    If she says no, then you're free to move on to someone else.
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    Imagine she doesnt like you unless she does
    You are scarily obsessive
    she might be happy cuz ur a cool guy
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    You're right

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