I rejected a guy last year who I didn't really know very well at the time. Since that happened, I have casually dated a couple of other guys including a guy who is a good friend of his. I have got to know the guy better this year and am beginning to regret rejecting him. A few weeks ago at a party he was really flirty with me which I reciprocated a little, but afterwards we never mentioned it and it was like nothing had happened. Considering the rejection and the fact I dated his friend do you think I have any chance of winning him back? If so, how?
Most Helpful Guy
Keep doing what you are doing, would be my suggestion.
The probability of success may depend upon whether or not he has a policy on revisiting females who have rejected him.
Some men (of whom I am one) ask once. If we are rejected, we move on and do not ask again. To ask more than once can result in a sexual harassment complaint.
Several women who rejected me when we were younger made it clear later that they had changed their minds. Too late. They can go back to the stoner in the trailer park who made them tingle in their panties when they were 20.0
Most Helpful Girl
Yes, there's always a chance but you'll need to step it up and go all out to win him over and make him realize you're serious about him now. Hang out with him, flirt with him and don't be afraid of opening up to him by being honest about your feelings.0