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    Now pretty much the high school I go to is full of judgemental kn*bs. And I don't think that its fair. They judge you by nothing if you ain't a beg or just popular than you are swept under the table. But I was in my year 11 mock today (chemistry) and there was this one girl who caught my mind throughout it. The issue is that I feel that she think I am bit of a freak for now reason. I am too nervous to talk to her as I feel that is just embarrassing myself and I feel quite anxious. I do not know what to do really as I feel i'm being judged for now reason. I wouldn't really know where to start so please can someone help?

    And before you say you are leaving soon I was staying there to do A level physics but it is killing me I just don't feel like I belong here and I can't tell a mate since I can't trust half of them.
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    You can never know what she really thinks unless you actually talk to her in some way. A lack of communication can put up barriers that aren't supposed to exist. Yes, it may be daunting but try and be friendly (but don't completely alter your personality - this could be disastrous). Everyone is judged, and many people allow this fact to bother them more than it should. First, I recommend that you know who your real friends are and make sure you remember that they will support you. Once that's done, you can work on trying to talk to the girl.
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    You can never know what she really thinks unless you actually talk to her in some way. A lack of communication can put up barriers that aren't supposed to exist. Yes, it may be daunting but try and be friendly (but don't completely alter your personality - this could be disastrous). Everyone is judged, and many people allow this fact to bother them more than it should. First, I recommend that you know who your real friends are and make sure you remember that they will support you. Once that's done, you can work on trying to talk to the girl.
    How would I start speaking to them?
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    The friends or the girl?
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    (Original post by carlafossil320)
    The friends or the girl?
    The girl I am aware on needing to know who I trust and I will find out soon I just need to know how to start talking to her
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    A good way to start talking to someone is finding common ground, things both of you are interested in. If there's any way you can bring this up in a class you share with her then you could try. Get to know some of her friends (boys and girls) if possible as she will probably end up talking to you if you talk with them. Sorry if this advice is a bit rubbish, I'm not exactly an expert in this topic
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    (Original post by carlafossil320)
    A good way to start talking to someone is finding common ground, things both of you are interested in. If there's any way you can bring this up in a class you share with her then you could try. Get to know some of her friends (boys and girls) if possible as she will probably end up talking to you if you talk with them. Sorry if this advice is a bit rubbish, I'm not exactly an expert in this topic
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