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BaxxxParticipantApril 8, 2018 at 1:31 am #169886
Coming off a 9 year relationship (its been a year since the split) I’ve figured its time to give dating a shot. Obviously I feel a bit rusty. So at a meeting/class the other night, I see this girl I’ve never seen before. Beautiful. And throughout the whole night it seemed like we couldn’t keep our eyes off each other. I was able to catch her name, but we got lost in the crowd afterwards. I just figured it was some fluke, and we’d likely never see each other again, yet I kept thinking about her in the following days. Then this morning, I wake up to a Facebook request from her. Silly? I know. But I’m not sure she even knew my name, and how she was able to track me down.
Question is, is this a clear sign of interest from her? Or am I just reading too much into it? After not having to court a woman for nearly a decade, am I being overeager? If not, how do I proceed from here?
mary445ParticipantApril 8, 2018 at 8:20 am #169888
Hey! usually if I go through the effort of finding a someone on facebook and even sending them a friend request it does mean something. It doesn‘t have to mean that she thinks you’re her soulmate or that she can imagine herself in a relationship with you or even meeting you, but it does mean that she thought about you and that you must have left some kind of (probably very good) impression. In your Situation I‘d wait a few days to maybe send her a message, if she doesn’t send one first, and then try to initiate a conversation!
Best of luck!
- This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by mary445. Reason: Typos
PRWParticipantApril 8, 2018 at 12:50 pm #169897
Use FB messaging to ask her for her contact info.
If she doesn’t give it to you she is not interested
If she gives it to you then offer her a date about 4-5 days out from when you offer,…no chit-chat in between, no confirmation call before the date.
If she accepts and shows up things look positive.
If she declines, or accepts but then “no-shows”,…she is not interested
foothorski27ParticipantApril 9, 2018 at 7:26 am #169921
Yeah dude she took the time to hunt you down on Facebook, she’s definitely interested in you. Just accept her request, flirt with her a lil and ask her out. You’ll know if she’s really interested then.
chachasiParticipantMay 2, 2018 at 11:48 am #172041
Totally a clear sign of interest on her part. Taking the leap to add on Facebook after a first encounter is quite bold! Go for it and spark a conversation.
flower5ParticipantMay 3, 2018 at 11:31 pm #172152
I think that she might like you. This is definitely a positive sign.
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AnonymousInactiveMay 4, 2018 at 9:30 pm #172243
Play it cool man, – it’s a good sign that she’s added you, but she might be one of these types that just adds people randomly too. But this is a good start! Here’s a guide that will help you if you’re coming off a long period out of the dating pool bit.ly/2HGcrQj
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