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Question: I have a question seen as its nearly February 14. I was going to get the girl I really like gifts but I’m afraid ...
because she will know it’s me [we're both teenagers]
Tags:should Valentines Day be anonymous,dating advice,dating tips,should your Valentines Day be anonymous,valentines day gift,vday
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Jennifer: Okay, today on Valentine’s Day one minute Q and A. this question comes from YouTube also. You guys are very participative, is that a word? Dan: It is now. Jennifer: It is now. Dan: We’ll use that. Jennifer: Okay, I have a question since it’s nearly Valentine’s Day, I was going to get the girl I really like a gift. But I'm afraid, because she will know it’s me. And what's with teenager if that will help? Trust me, it doesn’t get any easier when you get older. Dan: Why would you be afraid that she’ll find out from you? Jennifer: Yeah, why are you afraid that she’ll know it from you? You like the girl, don’t you want her to know it’s from you? Here’s my thought, I think you're afraid of rejection like most people are. We're all afraid of being told, no, that we're not good enough, they don’t like us or whatever. But here's something you may not know, 9 times out of a 10, when a girl says no to you about going out or rejects a gift that you give her. It has nothing to do with you. Dan: Oh my God. I mean, we covered this yesterday and she's a person just like you. And you know what she may not be in the moment, she maybe in a relationship with someone else that she likes. God, there a hundred different things, thousands of different things. She may just have a relationship whatsoever, parental pressure, she may have some pressure from someone else in her life, she may just not be ready to date. I mean, there hundreds, thousands of reasons why she may not want to go out with anyone. It’s not you. Jennifer: So look, if you like her. Get her the gift, okay. We have a famous thing that we like to say and it’s so true, never live a life regretting the things you did not do. That’s powerful.