Answer: Well, i think, since im a girl, and im 13 too, that some girls my age like a guy who can get up the courage and say how they feel. Or maybe start being friends with her. Because better relationships start when you build up a friendship with her first. Good luck!
Answer: Ussually girls like to talk about boys, and their crushes. they also have an interest in gossiping. they dont choose to, they just do it, even if its against everything they belive in. ur welcome. and im gueesing a boy asked this, so i hope this helps.
Nah not a guy just a girl who hangs with guys.... Never spoke to a girl before =(
Answer: Thirteen-year-old girls (and guys) are often at the mercy of hormonal surges and changes. These changes can create increased tiredness, irritability, and can cause fluctuating emotions. At the same time, these teenagers are just beginning the process of individuation, that is, the process of moving toward separating themselves from parents and other adult caregivers. During individuation, teens may sometimes seem obstinate, stubborn, argumentative, etc. However, teens have the massive job of sorting out the differences between their own ideas, versus ideas adults have. The teens do not always know how to express their ideas, and sometimes the strong feelings associated with their thoughts and opinions. As well, teens experience strong peer pressures which sometimes is in conflict with rules set forth by parents, teachers, and other authorities.
These issues wax and wane throughout the teen years of ages 12-18, with periods of calmness and compliance and periods of high conflict and confusion. The assumption is, with guidance and support, that most teens resolve these issues by the time they reach "the age of majority". However, many teens age into young adults without resolving these issues, and must continue to deal with these conflicts with parents, family, and in other relationships.
Answer: She may be more involved or stressed out in school so may go to bed earlier to reduce her stress or calm herself. If she has something going on the next day she may go to bed earlier now to be prepared for the next day. She may be doing something else in her room like reading, or on the computer too.