What should I do with this girl?


What should I do with this girl?

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    November 10, 2017 at 8:52 pm #155877
    What should I do with this girl?

    She started working at the company two months ago. We had fun time, talked to each other and got on pretty well. We have a lot in common with our likings. She was saying she was bored as she is new to this town. Then one day I asked her out. She said she was going to see her sister but she could give me a lift, because the place I offered was near her house. and I said, thanks, I would go myself. Then she started behaving me distantly. After a week I asked her out again and she said that she was sorry and she had plans every day. From that day on, I behaved distantly too but she started smiling at me again. And then after a few days, I also started smiling. Now we talk and smile again.
    She is always deeply in my mind. I don’t know what to do.

    Please help me understand her.
    Thank you in advance

    November 11, 2017 at 7:37 am #155887

    Having things in common and just liking to talk isn’t enough for someone to go out with you. May be she is nice to everyone and you are getting wrong ideas. Let her be. If she is inetersted she will ask you out.

    November 12, 2017 at 4:31 pm #155927

    Sounds like a genuinely nice girl, but sounds like she isn’t interested and doesn’t want to tell you upfront. Us girls usually pull the “I’m too busy” move when we really don’t want the discomfort of letting someone down.