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Monday, 30 May 2011

What Should I Say To Her?

Written by  Erin Donovan

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QI just started school a week ago, and during my lunch there is this girl who sits across from me and my friends. I don't even know her but she is very cute, she has the same clothing style as me and she seems very nice. I want to go up and talk to her but I'm kinda shy when talking to girls I don't know. I don't know how to approach her and I don't know what to say and how to introduce myself. What should I do? Can you help me out?

AWell since you like the way she dresses you could start out by complimenting what she has on. When you pass by her say "Hey I really like what you're wearing." Or if there is something she is wearing that you like you could say, "That's a really cool outfit. You always look so nice." Or smile at her and say "My name is X, by the way, what's yours?"

Since you don't know her, I would suggest starting off with small talk like this. It doesn't usually take too much confidence to give someone a compliment. And since she doesn't know you, if you come across too strong she may get the impression that you're just a player or aren't being very serious.

After that, when you see her in the halls and stuff, smile and say hi, and strike up conversations with her by asking how her classes are going, how her weekend was, what her plans are for the weekend and stuff like that. If any of your friends are having any parties or get-togethers ask if she'd like to go; or arrange your own. See if you can get some of your friends to go to a movie or something and see if she'd like to come. Things will probably be easier and more comfortable in a group/friend setting at first, and then take it from there.

I wish you the best of luck.

See Relationships - Peers / Crushes and Dating

-Erin-

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Erin Donovan

Erin Donovan

Erin Donovan's contributions were written in the year before she began college, at which time she was WholeFamily's Senior Teen Advisor.

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