It's been a while and I need advice on this one.

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It's been a while and I need advice on this one.

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    Pazza
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    July 21, 2016 at 1:28 am #105947
    It's been a while and I need advice on this one.

    I have not been on a date in 13 years however, a few weeks ago I went out had a big night and somehow got introduced to a beautiful 19 year old… little bit drunk. She was very forward and we ended up kind of sleeping together, though I had to bale earlier than I would have liked.
    We’ve seen each other twice since at a club with all her mates. She’s good to talk to, something we didn’t do much of the first time. There were only a few fireworks the second time and we admitted (rather awkwardly) that we liked each other. The third time a lot less physical but she opened up on a bunch of more personal things. Apparently she’s shy as she starts to get to know someone, like a personality split maybe…

    So now I’ve got a shy girl on my hands who admits she doesn’t usually follow through with 1 on 1 dates. How can I get this one back in the zone? It drives me crazy nervous wondering if she’ll go any further.


    JohnTheStorm
    Participant
    July 24, 2016 at 10:01 am #106347

    Be bold and take the initiative. Ask her out for dinner and take her some place nice without a lot of people. You could also cook for her instead, if that’s your thing. Just be sure to avoid busy places with people she knows. If you are really nervous about inviting her for dinner you could take a safer root and invite her for a walk in the park or the forest but you have to decide if that is something that she would enjoy.


    trendsett3r
    Participant
    July 25, 2016 at 2:44 am #106374

    ask her if she loves you 😀


    ab765
    Participant
    July 25, 2016 at 3:41 pm #106438

    I agree with johnthestorm. You have to tell her you want to take her out. Make sure you plan the date beginning to end.


    Lucas Blake
    Participant
    July 26, 2016 at 8:26 am #106491

    I think JoinTheStorm is right. You have to take initiative (for now) because she seems like e pretty shy girl.