Met this girl online, and went on a date with her.. We connected immediately.. Said the same thing at the same moment 3 times, she couldn't stop laughing and touched me all the time.. Stared in my eyes...
So I asked her on a second date.. And we went to the movies a day or 3 after the first date. We did nothing but have fun it looked like we were the only one in the theatre while we weren't. I kissed her on the way out and she started shaking and hugging me.. Walked her to her car and sat down to talk. She said she wasn't ready etc.. Didn't know what she felt. Didn't know if it was right. She came out of a 3 year relationship.. I told her lets take it slow and we'll see.. But then she lay her head on my shoulder and we kissed again.. She shaked again and pulled back several times.. She ended up on top of me kissing and cuddling for 2 hours.
After that it she said she had no time to meet me.. And sought excuses all the time to not see me. But did text me she had feelings and also that she wanted me to be with her in bed to cuddle and kiss.. And then sometimes the other day she would be very distant. So I got confused and mad and asked her several times what she wanted.
Eventually I pushed her away. wrote her a letter saying I want to give her space and take it slow but had to see her. but she said she couldn't and didn't know if she ever could see me again.
I'm waiting now to contact her again.. I never met someone like her.. Or had such feelings
What should I do?
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Sounds like she is partly to blame here too. She also sounds like still has issues to work out. She is unable to commit right now. She wants space, but she has feelings, no time to meet right after she wants to lay with you and cuddle... I would just contact her and apologize for what happened. Tell her you really like her and are still interested in starting a relationship at what ever pace she is conformable with. Tell her you where just frustrated because you think she is great person and just wanted to see her more. After that, the ball is in her court.1