Aright, I meet a beautiful, intelligent, and self respecting woman at school this past spring (far different from any girl I've ever met). We date for a month. I very clearly demonstrate my interest, am incredibly kind, and take things VERY slow. I try to make things official, she says not yet, I respect that and do not let things change because of that. A couple of weeks later we go home for summer (do not live far away from each other- 45 min). Try to get together with her on two separate occasions, she uses this or that excuse. She goes away to Europe for more than a month, no contact. She's back now. Do I try to contact her?
Is she just uninterested or playing hard to get all of the sudden?
Did she just want freedom for her travels (she is not by any means a promiscuous girl though)?
Is she just too nice to tell it like it is?
Is it unfair to myself to continue to pursue her or to get back with her if I have the chance to?
I've been Mr. Nice guy and approached this far differently from any relationship in the past and I feel like I'm just the nice guy finishing last here. I really have had a tough time moving on. Maybe I should just put it all on the table and ask for no bullshit. A definitive answer I think would definitely help me to move on. Thoughts?
- Is she just uninterested and too nice?Vote A
- Is she playing hard to get or just wanted freedom from me for her travels?Vote B