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johnpike83ParticipantMarch 24, 2015 at 4:37 pm #75938
So i’ve been on two dates with a girl – both went really well. I feel she likes me.
However no kiss on either dates…
Sunday night we go for dinner – went really well – she left early as she has to work really early.
I purposely didn’t text her Monday as i didn’t want to seem to easy / eager.
Tuesday morning she texts me with “how are you” we text back and forth and she then asks me about plans for my day off work. Again we text back and forth and she then suddenly stops.
Does she like the attention or is she worried about too much contact to early?
Im so confused!!! any opinions would be great.
tratraParticipantMarch 24, 2015 at 6:57 pm #75961
I think the best thing to do is knock off the texting, and get face to face time. Texting is just beating around the bush. Plus, if you are always right there ready and willing to answer her texts it looks like you have no life, and are just waiting on her… and she will probably think you are going to be really clingy and needy.
Set up a solid time and place for a date,and save the chatting for when you guys are in person. Then you could look her in the eyes, be present in the conversation. Thats how you will make a real connection.
p011yp0ck3tParticipantMarch 27, 2015 at 3:44 pm #76231
TExting sucks. She probably just trying to play the game back and not
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