Meeting this girl for a while. She told me nothing could happen because of exams but when they were over to see how things planned out. I took this as meaning that after exams we were going to be in a relationship. And it seemed that way cos we met up and kissed. However when exams ended she told me she wanted nothing serious. Didn't talk for a while. Snachatted for a few days after. Today when snapping we kinda got into why it didn't work out. She said I didn't act like myself around her and was moving too fast. Admittedly I was obsessed with her and the idea of being in a relationship and was trying to get the relationship going. However, she did string me along as she waited the whole 3 months before eventually telling me. I've asked to have a talk about it and see what the best thing to do is. Should I give it another shot? I know it'll be better Or, leave it and move on?
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- 01-07-2016 02:11
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- 01-07-2016 02:21
I'd back off a bit, at least for now. If you really like her, try approaching her a little more softly. When she said 'see how things plan out', it sounds like she meant 'we'll see what happens'. It wasn't a 'we'll get together probably' or anything like that, so it probably looked like you were coming on a little too strong when you just misunderstood a slightly vague statement. If she kissed you that's leading you on a bit, sure. If she really doesn't want to be with you though, it's best just to drop it. It sounds a bit like she doesn't really know what she wants, so it's up to you. You'll get further if you don't push it too much though.
- 01-07-2016 02:31
tequilashot and see if it works or not rather than leaving
- 01-07-2016 15:21
She doesn't respect you, as a man, probably because you're beta. Put her on ice, work on yourself, game other wenches, then come back to it