There is a girl that i like and i have liked her for a long time. She has liked me too. She noticed me at the beginning of the year and then i noticed her it took a couple weeks to fall for her. But I felt so happy that someone noticed me. But I never talked to her, can’t even put what her voice sounds like in my head, because i never heard her talk before. Of course my anxiety prevents me to just going up to her and saying hello. The majority of times i saw her with friends. I could never talk to someone with people surrounding her. I feel like an invader trying to kidnap a tribe member. I don’t know how to get to her. My anxiety is really strong on me, even with a medication it’s hard to talk to girls. I have no experience with girls and that it why i could never go up to her. It is now the ninth month of the year and i briefly saw her through the corner of my eye. She either didn’t notice or has lost complete interest. I hope it is the first one. I’m so scared to talk to her. I’m afraid to show emotion as well as not smiling, blushing, or waving. I don’t know anything about her so seeing her on campus is always a treat. But i freeze and i feel upset when i had a perfect opportunity. I like her a lot and i’m afraid that i can’t have her because of my anxiety and overthinking the situation. I don’t know how to get to her. The invisible wall doesn’t let me go up to her. I want to experience a relationship. I have never had a girlfriend so i don’t know what that’s like. I’m scared to tell my friends in college, but my friends in high school i have no problem with telling them. It really is a problem that i can’t benefit for myself.

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  1. whoami2 5 years ago

    I would suggest to you that you take your love hat off and, approach this girl with a friends only type relationship mode of thinking for now at least. Allow yourself to get to know her and vice versa, she may not be Miss Right for you nor you her Mr Right.

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