Hey Rob, I am 16, and I’m a junior in High School, and I met a girl a few months back that I really liked when I first saw her.
She is 14, and she is a freshman. I’ve always liked her, but I’ve never talked to her that much.
We are both in the band, which is how I met her, so we see each other around 12 hours a week between practice and football games and what not.
I’ve always tried to be nice to her, and help her with anything that see appeared to need help with. I’m very shy though… so I don’t talk with her much.
This Saturday is possibly the last football game (last thing this season) of the season, so if our team loses, I may never see her again. I probably won’t see her because freshman have a different school building than upper classman. (Go our team!) I wanted to ask her out a long time ago… and I keep telling myself that I will, but I always find some stupid reason not to.
I don’t really have high levels of self-esteem… though I can’t say that i’m ugly or fat, I just don’t have confidence when it comes to people… especially girls.
I’ve done some internet research on her… not that I want to be creepy… but I found out that she would most likely like movies. She also plays guitar, like me.
Anyways… everything i’ve read on the internet about asking girls out say you need to be friends with um, and I’m pretty sure she knows my name, and I know she sees me around a lot, but I never talk to her, and I’m pretty much out of time.
Oh and just to throw this up… so you kind of know what I know, she does hang out with a lot of girls, and i’m 95% sure she does not have a boyfriend because I never see her with guys.
So what should I do? I really like her a lot… and I want to go out with her, but I don’t know what I should do.
Any advice would be much appreciated.
Hey, it’s OK to admit that you’re having a hard time to get the steam up and ask a girl for a date.
But you need an “opener” so you can go farther that the few words you’ve said to her.
Ask her to play guitar with you.
This is your way to asking her out.
Casual. And something you share.
And I’d bet that she’s just dying for you to take her to a movie, or to see something in your city. Together.
You’re not creepy, just unskilled… which is good.
Start by asking her for her email…. Instant messenger.
Easy peasy stuff.
Don’t be your own blocker, you CAN do this.
Shut down the scared little man inside you. Know that you are ultimately not controlled by fear… and that she desperately wants you to move forward.