Meeting her "coincidentally"


Meeting her "coincidentally"

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    April 1, 2017 at 4:20 am #131802
    Meeting her "coincidentally"

    I have proposed to a girl in university and we met for a first date. I asked a mutual friend for her impressions, and she didn’t feel bad toward me or anything, however, i was rejected because there is another dude that she knew for a while (2-3 years) also proposed to her. Amazingly, when that mutual friend told her to re-think her decision, she almost agreed instantly, and so my mutual friend asked her if she would meet me again, and she refused, fearing that this might give me a false hope. Hence, I am planning to meet her coincidentally during the semester and try to show her more about me.
    During our first meeting, she was very positive and relaxed, the talking was not for long (about 20-30 min) since we both had lectures after, but she talked a lot and even told me about her embarrassing/funny stories she had during a travel. But again, I didn’t talk that much, thinking i would have my chance in another meet.
    If you were me, what would u do and what things do i say to win her ?

    April 3, 2017 at 2:13 pm #131910

    hey there,

    maybe try taking it a little slow? You can ask her if she wants to meet up for a coffee or something and just keep it casual and see how it goes from there?

    April 8, 2017 at 1:00 am #132640

    Yes keep it casual. Try to ask her questions about her interests