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NinjaJ10ParticipantNovember 9, 2017 at 5:19 pm #155815
I’ve been texting this girl that I met online for quite some time now. (A few months at least). In the beginning, she would text me quite frequently. However, overtime, I noticed that our connection became more one-sided (I’m always the one to initiate a conversation).
With that being said, I finally managed to take her out on a date about a week ago. The date went perfectly fine. Hell, she even texted me the hour before letting me know how nervous/excited she was.
But, as I said before, things are still one-sided even after our date. There’s an obvious lack of interest which bothers me considering that she originally mentioned going out in the first place. I know that she’s a full time student that also works full time so I know that she’s a busy girl. But I also don’t want to make up excuses. I’ve been thinking about mentioning all of this to her; just laying everything on the table to see where I stand.
Is this a good approach or should I just stop texting her altogether.
missmarisParticipantNovember 10, 2017 at 1:08 am #155841
I would leave it and see if she contacts you. If you find that your messages are becoming ignored or lacklustre then I would leave it. If she was interested you would know.
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