> girl texts to meet
> we met
> warm kiss from her (not mouth, i knoow)
> entertaning conversations
> lots of laugh
> warm hug when leaving from her (no kiss)
> now, i text her to meet
> response: i'm with my friend (and sadly conversation ends.)
what the fuck did i do? what my next step would be? wait, don't wait? be cool? she's nice, i don't want to lose her.
i know, i have to chill the fuck out. but somehow i'm panicked too much. i guess i really liked her and everything turned into "she's the right one don't lose her" thingy.
still looking my phone to check for an update from her. meh.
help me man, really!
still, i couldn't find anything to distract myself and now thinking what should i have to text her. same music loops, hand goes to phone. i need a strong slap.
Do something that requires your full atention. Or go hang out with some friends. Put your phone aside for a moment, and stop being paranoic. This will scare her away.
Get out of your computer, go out to a bar or something.
everyone will have this period in their lives where you can't not be veeery into someone.
you first have to get hurt alot to be able to deal with it casualy.
atleast you fucking know that you're excagerating, so you're fine bruh.
but don'stay in her orbit, get a high mass so you will get her in yóur orbit.
you can't do that if you're already too clingy like you feel now.
You need to chill. You're so worried about doing something that; more than likely you will end up rushing it and fucking it up. Take a chill pill, and try to think of statement/question/thought that relates to her in some way. 'Hey did you know that xyz are coming to town' (if you know she likes xyz) Hey did you hear what abc said, (thats terrible isnt it?) Think long and hard, and use something like this to break the ice and divert suspicion from your actual intent. After that if your job to ask questions based on her responses to keep the fire alit. Good luck
hey man, thanks a lot! some people suggests to ask these kind of questions to break the ice, and some people suggests only waiting 'cuz if you act, then you lose.
how can we decide for what we do or what will be the signal of this?
You must understand that usually there will be little to no signs given, thats just the way people are (good at masking emotions/ intentions). What I don't think you should do is no nothing; wait too long, for that guarantees your failure. Keep in mind though, nothing is absolute, nothing you do will, how long you wait or even what you choose to say will promise success, atleast if things do not work out, you will be satisified knowing that you did something rather than kicking yourself for saying nothing.
Some more things to consider, you can always take things she says in person to revive the conversation (i've done this with a co-worker) she'd say something at work then I would text her later in the night bringing it up such as (hey you said you liked doing this, i would like to get into that) or that was so interesting what you said earlier "I was just thinking more about it and you had a really good point there" Try to ask open-ended questions (look them up) forcing them to talk and elaborate then pick things out of the things you say to fuel more conversation.
Listen, I don't know shit about you, i don't know shit about her. Understand that they do not make statutes for teams, they make statutes for individuals. There will be times in your life where you will have to take the information you have received and MAKE YOUR OWN DECISION. Nobody knows more about you,her and situation more than you, then who better to make a decision? Nobody on this forum has to live with the consequences of your actions (and yes doing nothing is a decision.) There is no 'right time' to do something, but just doing it puts you ahead of most.