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wesmel06ParticipantFebruary 18, 2014 at 9:10 am #47931
The last year or so I have been dating a woman on and off. This thread is NOT about that women. This thread is about a woman who I worked with during that time. A woman who I believe gave me a lot of indicators of interest. Smiled at me. Caught her looking at me like she wanted me to approach her. You know stuff like that. What’s the problem you ask?
I ended my last relationship recently and now want to pursue this other lady. I almost never see her at work anymore. I never approached her and didn’t indicate my interest back because I was already in a relationship.
Since I never see her anymore I found her on facebook. I sent her a short message indicating my interest. Her facebook says that she is single. Problem is I am not getting any response back. It’s been three days and I know for sure she read it.
Did she lose interest when I never approached? Is it weird contacting her via fbook since I don’t see her all that often anymore? Is she upset with me?
wesmel06ParticipantFebruary 18, 2014 at 9:14 am #47932
I’d also like to mention a friend of mine told her I found her attractive during that period of time. I did not tell him to do this. Is this situation broken beyond repair? Does she want me to chase her? I’m all sorts of lost over all of this.
- This reply was modified 3 years, 9 months ago by wesmel06.
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