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    I hadn't spoken to my crush for 2 weeks, until yesterday. I thought she was mad at me so I gave her some space.

    I sent her a text and she replied in 30 mins. She sounded happy as if she'd never been mad at me.

    I really fancy her, but I'm not sure if she likes me back. I've flirted with her a lot in person and she doesn't seem to mind it.

    Before not speaking for 2 weeks she used to send me a text every day.
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    Could be all in your mind. Unless you actually have a valid reason that you think she's mad at you, nothing is wrong. Message her and flirt a bit, she'll reciprocate if she likes you.
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    2 weeks of space - what did you do, stab her mum?

    So you're asking if someone who used to talk to you every day by text, then replies when you send her a text after a gap means something? If you've been talking for a while ask her on a date, if that goes well set up a way to ask her out.

    Sitting about wondering and worrying will achieve the square root of f all. If you like her, ask her. She isn't going to be your girlfriend otherwise - simple as.
 
 
 
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