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    January 2, 2013 at 9:43 pm #19816
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    If this shows up twice I apologize…

    Went on a date with a girl I’ve known just over a week. We each had a great time, laughing, having fun, talking, etc… She commented several times how much fun she was having as did I. The next day I texted her saying “had a great time yesterday, looking forward to next time.” She then texted back “thank you for a fun afternoon!”

    OK, now I’m hoping I’m not reading too much into this. But in her text she didn’t mention a next time, although she did during the date in a couple different instances. Honestly, am I reading into this like an idiot? I normally don’t stress too much over stuff like this, but I really want to see her again and I don’t want to come across as needy. Nor have I liked someone this much after the first date, damn I hate these games 🙂

    January 4, 2013 at 10:59 am #19968

    you’re DEFINITELY reading into it too much. She was just being nice and saying thank you! hahaha

    Don’t expect her to invite you to a second date. I think gender roles still play a similar part when it comes to guys asking girls. Recommend a place where you two are in a group date to watch a game or grab a couple drinks with some buddies during the day. Leave the real conversations for those in-person encounters, not a text message.

    There really is no game being played, you’re both simply getting to know each other and it’s going to take time. Although the beginning of a relationship may be a ton of mixed signals, it’s normally because you’re over thinking your OWN actions. Ease up, get a massage, you seriously need to re think the hings you’re “stressing” over. Life is way too big for these kinds of feelings to get us all wound up.