How would one go about asking a girl out that has said no to you before, on the grounds that she doesn't want to lose you as a friend. She says that you wouldn't want to date her. She tells you about how her last boyfriend treated her badly and she's been hurting from it. Afraid to try again and that she just wants friendship right now... Though she's always whining about not being able to find someone to share life with.
How should I go about asking her out on a date? How can I show/tell her that things will be different and that if it doesn't work out, that we will still be friends. Relationship doesn't have to change if she doesn't want to it, but that she should at least take a chance. I am not her ex. I truly care for her and want to see her happy. Not fake happy like she is right now, but really happy.
My friend says she's not attracted to me, but she likes me a lot.
She tends to distance herself with me whenever she gets to close. Everytime she takes 3 steps forward, she takes 2 steps back. Her family, and our friends all tell me to just have patience, which I do, but I just can't keep watching her look so unhappy.
We had a bit of a fight 2 months ago and she hasn't asked to hang out with me since then. Whenever i've asked her out to just hang out and do something she's said she's busy and that was that. Only recently has she accepted my offer to hang out. The first time being at my place for drinks. To which she stayed the night in my room rather than on the couch. Second time was to a movie for her birthday, which was to be just the two of us, but she turned into a group event and invited a guy she recently made friends with on POF. Knowing this would bother me, I have a feeling she's doing this to test me. Or so one of her friends has mused. Since she too knows that I like her/my friend. And then she's included herself into plans for my birthday and invited me to go with her to our hometown for Christmas for a week.
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No move on. There are some women who just like to have this type of platonic boyfriend (not friend as they treat them like boyfriends but without the physical contact) You just focus on yourself and I am poitive when she sees you have moved on and focus on other women she will probably get jealous.0
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