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    I've been chatting to a girl online for ages. I asked her out numerous times, always saying she couldn't but she really wants too. Anyway we finally met for drinks. She bought along her friend which I thought ok that's ok, she seems shy and admitted she was very nervous about meeting me and was worried she came across that she didn't talk much. We had a good night anyway, and she asked me to co me along to a concert again with her friend. I agreed and I picked up her from home and we met her fiend there. So we had time on our own. The whole night she see sped quiet whilst I had to inititate most conversations. She didn't mind sitting close and occasionally we sat with legs touching etc. On the way home inititate she didn't really say much unless I initiated or started the conversation, but she did get better! And I noticed she started asking me questions and chatting without me initiating first. I've asked her to meet again the two of us to go for a drive out, she's said yes and she's going to tell me what day she's free, and again she's suggested after the run out her fiends having a get together and we should go.
    Girls, I'm not sure what to think of her in all honesty??
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    She's a shy person and opening herself to you? That's a good thing. It means she is comfortable with you and really likes you.
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    Personally, I'd say it sounds like it's going really well. What key part of it that gives you doubts about it?

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    Give it some time. I'm the same I take time to open up and people usually dismiss me as uninterested or boring. You'll probably like her more if you get to know her and she starts to open up.
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    The fact she wants to meet with friends? She ps asked if I've told my parents about her, and she seems to flirt online with me too. But I do t know something is bugging me
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    The fact she wants to meet with friends? She ps asked if I've told my parents about her, and she seems to flirt online with me too. But I do t know something is bugging me
    Oh, well she might be slightly unsure of you or might feel like it'd be less awkward with her friend there with you. When she feels more comfortable in the relationship, she might start meeting up without friends. I think she does like by the sounds of things, but is maybe a bit confused or scared about what your relationship could lead to. Things might get better with a bit of time once she and you can make have a greater understanding of the relationship and warm up to each other a bit more than you have done

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    Thank you.she has already told me quite personal things and has said she's been cheated on before..
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    She also told me her friend approves of me
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    Thank you.she has already told me quite personal things and has said she's been cheated on before..
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    She also told me her friend approves of me
    No worries oh OK. It sure does sound good and that's great news. Keep persevering through it and I'm sure it'll be great

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