Started messaging a girl, have loads in common, seemed to be going really well, had lots to talk about with some flirty comments being made! Really liked her, she found out that I like her as more than just a friend.
A mutual friend had discussed me with her and she just thought we were mates, maybe this is why she stopped replying to my messages.
After 2 weeks she just started ignoring my messages.
Decided to message her asking her on a casual date to attempt to revive the conversation, she replied saying 'it wasn't appropriate and she'd just started seeing somebody else'
i replied saying i hoped we could be still mates!
To my knowledge she hasn't started seeing anybody, but can't be sure, could this just be an excuse?
Never felt like this about a girl before, feel sick with worry.
Unsure what to do next?
Really don't want to give up, but unsure how to revive the conversation and avoid awkwardness?
Any tips on what to say? What to do next?
What can i say to continue the conversation with her?
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It could be an excuse, but you've zero reason to assume that, so it's best to take it at face value.
"Never felt like this about a girl before, feel sick with worry. "
That's foolish. Why worry? You already know she doesn't feel the same way. There's nothing to worry about.
"Really don't want to give up, "
Well tough. You have to. Learn how, it's not difficult. You are starting to like girls and you asked one out. Just one. It wasn't a success, but it was only one. Wouldn't you rather find the next girl, who might say yes, rather than stand around pining for the girl who will only say no?
I would tell you the same thing I would tell an older and more experienced guy. You're done with this girl now, she's decided that. Move on, let her worry about why you're not around any more. And find the next girl, the one that is right for you.1