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I am now of 18 years. I was just of 6 years when I saw a girl. She joined our school when I was 6.Gradually and gradually started liking her. I felt very nervous whenever I used to talk with her. She was in my section till class IIV (age 13. Till then I used to talk very less with her. Now I am 18, I am unable to talk with her from class IIV. She came to know about me liking her by some of her friends but I was unaware of that fact. One day one of my close friend told her about my liking. She said that she had a crush. This incident happened last July on her birthday. I offered her a gift which she refused. I behave strangely in front of her. Only 7 months are left for my school life to be over. If any of her female friends enter my section I behave strangely. I have memorised her residential address, car's number plate, phone number. Whenever she enters our section to gossip with her friends of our section, I leave the room and go to portico and stand there alone. She is very good in academics while I am not. Written a lot! Please tell me the solution. I will turn insane. I am completely obsessed with her! Please tell me what to do and what not.

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First of all, you will not turn insane! It is very normal for people to like others the way you like her. Your obsession is called 'infatuation' This is the 2nd stage in a relationship. 1st being a 'crush' Now it is up to you to go to the next stage or not. The 3rd stage is called 'dating' If you ask her out, as in let her know that you like her and you would like to know her better, and she shares your feelings, then we can say that you are dating her. After a few months of dating, people may or may not fall in love with each other. Do not confuse your current feelings with love! Anyway, the best way to go about it is tell her your feelings. No body minds being liked. At worst, she may say no. It would hurt but remember that she has a right to say no. Respect that. Give yourself some time and move on. At best, she may like you too! I don't know what she is thinking. The best way to find out is to ask her. All the best!
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