So my biggest issue is figuring out how to understand guys i'm romantically interested in. I like to think of myself as a straightforward direct and attentive open minded person, but whenever I try to get close to a guy I particularly like with a direct approach I feel like there's always a wall up between me and the guy. Maybe i'm just being ridiculous and should expect to sense them being mentally closed off to me instead of open since they're usually mostly strangers to me. But it's always the thing that derails me and makes me second guess myself as well as wonder if i'm wasting my time. Like they aren't interested in me and would prefer me to go. I don't use a direct approach often it's only when I know I REALLY like the guy and want to get to know him. When I approach guys they are always open to give me their time and they are never rushed i'm usually the one to end the conversation since I never want to take up all their time. They also are very patient with me and make eye contact when they can and never avoid my eyes. In one situation of approaching a cute white washed hispanic guy I got mixed signals he'd always give me his time and attention and would come when I called but ignored me around his friends. When he'd make eye contact he'd practically stare into my eyes. Later he rejected me when I asked him directly about his interest in me after awhile of mixed messages. Then acted like a hurt puppy later when I wouldn't make eye contact with him and ignored him but he never approached me. It's usually because of situations like these that I feel like i'm better off pursueing girls since they're always open to me. If it helps any i'm a light skin black female 5'2 height 116 lbs have a hour glass body shape with a 23-24 inch waist a 32 D cup with a butt and have been complimented on my looks and asked if I modeled. In all my 19 years I have never been in a relationship and I'm sorta kissless I've only really kissed once a girl once and no boys.
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You are not being ridiculous. Most people have a natural habit of guarding themselves from other people.0