When a girl says she will get scared of getting to many compliments, what does she mean? i guess she might get scared that the guy is being dishonest or maybe that she won't be able to live up to the expectations?
But a girl who complimented me about as much as i complimented her, and who was aware i was interested in a relationship, which she also implicated might happen if everything goes well. Why would such a girl get scared of easygoing compliments such as saying she is cute or smart?
This is a girl who i had phone sex with several times before we met. She seemed honest and normal on the phone and we opened up to each other, she had a brother who killed himself some years ago, and had a bad breakup about a year ago when her ex stopped caring about her and their relationship (she broke up with him because of that).
I made it clear several times to her that i had no expectations, that i wanted a relationship but if it doesn't work out thats fine, and she said that if we dont connect as well when we meet as we did on the phone we could still be friends with benefits. She was very nervous and excited.
We met and it went well, we had great sex (she got wet and orgasmed). afterwards she got timid though and avoided eye contact. She said she wasn't ready for a relationship and looked sad. I said i was okey with it but i wanted to see her again. She seemed hesitant but agreed. Afterwards i gave her a small gift, a mineral stone, i said she could think of me when she looks at the stone. I made no big deal about it just gave it to her and joked about it a bit.
Later she claims this gift scared her away completely. Can someone explain? i told her i had no expectations so i dont get it. She later apologized in a text for behaving like that and wished me well like it was over. And she wouldn't answer me when i tried to reach her. In fact she didn't dare to speak to me on the phone once after we met, she always had an excuse to avoid it.
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What it means is generally that essentially the compliments were too rapid, seemed vapid, and the complimentor came on way too strong. Or is it "complimenter". Hm. Essentially it went from nice to overbearing which unfortunately exists on an invisible gauge no one can actually see.0
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