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Why is she acting like this? High school dating advice?

Why is she acting like this? High school dating advice? Topic: School homework excuses
July 17, 2019 / By Acklea
Question: Ok this is a long question with great details so if you dont feel like reading then dont. Dont answer either saying.its too long please. Thanks . Anyways, I ended up asking a girl out on Valentines Day (We both are seniors in high school). Some background info. We hardly talked before, we were just classmates, tho we did know who each other was but we didnt know each too well, if that makes sense anyways This is how it went down. I bought (6) roses the night before. She is in Student council and they have morning meetings everyday. So I go up and have someone from the inside (One of her friends) tell her she has a special visitor outside. She comes out smiling and I look her in the eyes and smile and say hi. She smiles and says Hey, What's up? I tell her "I was thinking about you and wanted to say Happy Valentines day (with a smile of course)" she giggles and smiles and says "Thanks". Then I said, "listen, I know we don't really talk but I really wanted to get to know you. So, I was wondering if I can take you out sometime." Her response was "Well, I'm not looking for a relationship right now and I have a lot of homework tonight but we could some other time." I said "Ok, Yea (I smile) it's not a problem." She says "Awwww thank you so much" she hugs me, I hug her back. I smile and say "Yea no problem" she smiles and says "ok, bye". I tell her "See you in bio." and yea thats how it went. Also, she was tipped off by one of her girlfriends that I was going to ask her out like this. So she knew what I was going to do before I actually did it.... So time has passed like about a week and everything went back to normal like I decided to move on so I never really talked to her after the whole rejection (she was happy before I asked her out so I thought nothing would change, she has lots of friends so I thought that I wouldnt really matter anymore so I moved on (I really didnt, I just out on an emotional mask which I found am really good at lol)). also, one of my good friends (whos also good friends with her but.not romantically, hes trustworthy im 100% hes not going to go after her) had lunch with her one day and ive come up in a convo. Apparently she thinks im a nice guy (without really knowing me) and wasnt interested because she doesnt know me. She also says its awkward because we both dont talk. He also says that by asking her out I have gotten her attention. Shes also.pretty determined to.be single until she goes to college, she was also serious about having a lot of homework. So she didnt say that as an excuse. Now after I asked her out I just went back to not really making an effort to talk to her. Like we are just back to being classmates. Now i seriously notice her glancing at me a lot and it didnt happen before me asking her out. Like i could feel her looking at me when im walking down the hall i even catch her glancing at me in class. Usually a side glance or from the corner of her eye. She knows what shes looking at like she isnt a girl who just looks everywhere. So why is she glancing at me so much now? I feel like shes watching me or observing me. I dont know what shes feeling.or.thinking so its confusing me. She also has a tumblr page and post you know girly stuff and what not but sometimes post like romantic pics of like couples. Like there was one where there was a guy playing a guitar for the girl and another one where they were under the stars looking at them. and a whole bunch of other ones, but recently there was one, it was a gif of a guy giving a girl flowers she posted it like two or three days ago. So I dont know if she thinks about posting these because she made the tumblr after she rejected me. was she thinking about me by like posting things I mean at least the flower one? Someone whos exerpienced please explain to me what you think is happening with her? im honestly getting a bit heartbroken by this whole thing. Please explain this for me?
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Staci Staci | 3 days ago
She had time to think about you asking her out and her response towards you. She rejected you. Not because she doesn't like you, but because she believes school is important. But it seems because you planted the seed of doubt in her head by asking her out, she is thinking "what if." That means she's sort of crushing on you. With the tumblr stuff, when she looks at pictures like that she thinks it's cute, somewhat wishes those things would happen to her, but know that they won't. With the flower thing, I assure you she just thought it was cute and then it reminded her a little of what happened between you two.
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Staci Originally Answered: Someone with high school dating experience help me out?
Sorry I'm not like in high school with that experience. Well, maybe she's just looking at you because she probably likes you by now.. I'm not sure.. because there could be other reasons and stuff... So I think by the time she looks at you, try looking at her back, and see if she smiles, If she smiles it means something, if she doesn't she's just probably looking at you. Just try that.. :]
Staci Originally Answered: Someone with high school dating experience help me out?
i think it was lot for her to swallow. i think she thought about it all, and is now crushing on you. especially if she glances at you. i think she is waiting for YOU to talk to her. be her friend, get to kno her better, and i bet shed go out with you. jus dont rush it! plz help me out?! http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AlQSDEGMj3slkBX..Jpn6czty6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20130328140555AAWiuOT

Priscilla Priscilla
Now that you're acting like you don't like her as much, she's interested. Girls chase guys they can't have. Plain and simple (: I was that girl in high school. I wanted to focus on work and homework and my friends. Now that I'm a little older and engaged to my best friend, I can tell you that this girl you like probably won't take you or any other guy seriously for a couple of years. Don't get too worked up though, you might still have a shot with dating this girl for a little while if you play your cards right. Play it cool. Don't overwhelm her. Flirt, but not too much. Stay a little distanced but not too much. Everything in moderation! Hope that helps a little!
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May May
That was really long, but i read it . Well, She is thinking about you when a girl starts posting stuff like romantic pictures of couple it obviously means she wants a relationship like those pictures. I see alot of single girls posting pictures like that on Facebook sometimes spamming the page like crazy anyways. It means she is now intrested in finding a relationship. One that is romantic and filled with love. She is looking at you constantly because she is thinking :I wonder what is on his mind and things like that she wants you to continue talking to her that way you guys can get to know each other she is trying to get your attention. But wants to get to know you. All girls are flattered by any gifts its common sence she is too she is a girl after all. It meant alot to her what you did and now she is posting pictures similar to the time you gave her the roses. That way you can say something about it . Girls play alot of mind games they EXPECT you to know what is going on without actually telling you what is going on. If she didnt like you she wouldnt have told your friend that she is intrested go and talk to her.
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May Originally Answered: Advice for going to high school?
Be especially outgoing at first. Though freshmen in high school aren't quite as outgoing as freshmen on a college campus, you should still try your hardest to be friendly before people fall into their normal social circles and are less open to meeting someone new. So, say hi to the girl in your French class, be friendly with your new lab partner, and get to know the people in your home room -- you may be sitting next to them for the next four years, after all. •Get to know the people in your gym class. You may not run in to some of them academically. •Get to know the people whose lockers are next to yours. •Make new friends with people who sit at your lunch table. •If someone invites you out to the mall or to a party, don't be shy. Try to accept as many invitations as you can as long as they sound fun. Try out different social groups. Though you may be worried about finding the place and group where you really fit in right away, you should explore your options as much as you can. There will be the popular kids, the nerds, the cool nerds, the jocks, the stoners, and all of the other groups you may come to expect -- but you don't have to neatly fit into one category. Don't jump to conclusions and get to know as many people as you can first. •Though many people do remain friends with the same social group throughout high school, social dynamics and circumstances do change. If you find that your new social group isn't the right fit for you after a few months but made no effort to get to know anyone else, then you'll be out of luck. •Being as involved as you can in a variety of clubs and sports can help you broaden your horizons and meet as many people as possible. •Though it's important to be open-minded, try avoiding the kind of people who will get you in to trouble by making you smoke, cut class, or cheat on tests. Avoid dating for a while. Though you may have met your dream lover in your first period physical science class, you should hold off before you start sending him any love notes. If you get wrapped up in a high school relationship right away, you won't have time to branch out, make friends, and figure out what the heck actually makes you happy. Also, let's face it: 98% of high school relationships don't last, so you could put yourself in an awkward situation when you break up and all you have are mutual friends. •And if you do date, be smart. Don't do anything that you're not comfortable with, and make sure to be savvy about sexual education. Attend your school's social events. Though you may think you're too cool to go to the school dance or the Homecoming game, you should definitely make an appearance to make some new friends and for people to know who the heck you are. The drama kids may not go to a football game and the jocks may not go to the school play, but if you go to both, you'll be meeting more people and realizing that high school can actually have a lot to offer. •You don't have to go to everything. But in the first few months, make a point of going to as many events as you can before you get a sense of what you really like. Don't obsess over your image. This may sound like it's nearly impossible during your first year of high school, but you should remember that everyone is obsessing over what people think, over how popular they are, over how they look in their new pair of shoes, and so on. Remember that everyone is feeling just as insecure and uncertain as you are, and be one step of the pack by understanding that none of it matters. •Don't spend more time staring in the mirror than you spend reading a textbook. •Though looking nice will make you feel good about yourself, spending all of your time obsessing over new clothes will not. •Even if you're not feeling confident, you can look confident. Walk with your head high and look straight ahead, instead of crossing your arms and slouching. Do your homework. This should be obvious, but it isn't. Don't do your homework on the bus on the morning of school, or in homeroom, either. Take the time to diligently do your homework right after school, in study hall, or when you get home after extra-curricular activities. Make sure that you really get it done instead of just doing the bare minimum and forgetting key information. •And if you're struggling with your homework, don't be embarrassed to get extra help after school. Get organized. The everything folder won't fly in high school, so make sure you have binders for every subject, multiple notebooks, and folders for every class. Label each folder carefully, and go through your things at the end of every day to make sure that you haven't misplaced any papers. •Part of being organized is having an organized locker. Make sure your books are neatly stacked in it, not sloppily thrown in. •Have a planner. This will help you know in advance when you'll have a busy week and to plan ahead for tests and other events.

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