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    So I went on a date with a guy and he wants to go on another and I do too but I just can't bring myself to go on another one. I was really awkward the first time all he did was ask me about the school I go to as he went there 4 years or so previously.
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    So ask him a question about something different? Start your own conversation?

    Poor guy was probably only clinging onto something where he thought you had common ground.
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    We has other discussions and id start them but he wouldn't reciprocate with it. It was basically just me having a conversation on my own , but the problem is I have too much anxiety to meet him again and I feel bad. I've told him to find someone else but he still clings too me. It makes me feel really guilty.


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    (Original post by ninjasayshi)
    So I went on a date with a guy and he wants to go on another and I do too but I just can't bring myself to go on another one. I was really awkward the first time all he did was ask me about the school I go to as he went there 4 years or so previously.
    Sounds like this is definitely waaay more of a issue in your mind than it is in reality
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    There's a post further down this section about a guy asking a girl out who said thank you...are the two situations actually the same?
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    (Original post by Death Grips)
    Sounds like this is definitely waaay more of a issue in your mind than it is in reality
    It probably is, I always over think


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    (Original post by KiwiDream)
    There's a post further down this section about a guy asking a girl out who said thank you...are the two situations actually the same?
    No I don't think so :/


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    Wait how old are you?

    If you're talking about a school as in the standard meaning of the word school I can't imagine you're any older than 15-16?meaning this guy would need to be at least 19-20 if he left your school 4 years ago?

    Anyway if you're that nervous on a date maybe you're not ready to date?
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Wait how old are you?

    If you're talking about a school as in the standard meaning of the word school I can't imagine you're any older than 15-16?meaning this guy would need to be at least 19-20 if he left your school 4 years ago?

    Anyway if you're that nervous on a date maybe you're not ready to date?
    I'm still in sixth form XD
    I'm 19 and he's 21, I think the reason I'm so anxious over it, is I used to be with someone he new around 3 years or so ago



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