Hi, I met this girl on a weekend away with friends. We chatted, but never got intimate. When we got back from the weekend, I asked her out, and she turned me down twice. She said she was working, so we re-scheduled and I took her out and we had a great evening together. We ended up back at my apartment and talked for about 3 hours. It felt like sparks were flying, and when I leaned in to kiss her, she said she should go. I laughed about it and walked her to the station. On the way she dropped hints about meeting again in the next few days. I said cool - and asked her what she wanted to do, and she said she wanted to see a movie. Tonight we met again, and we walked to the cinema and chatted - the conversation was a little dry, but I think we were both a little tired after work. I walked her back home, and when we got to the door she said I shouldn't come in as her mother + sister were there. She stood at the door, and I was not sure whether to kiss her or not. It felt forced. I sort of feel like I should have made a move, but didn't want to get rejected. She is a really
great girl, and I have feelings for her, but its not getting onto the next stage, although it feels like it should. Should I have just kissed her anyway ? Perhaps it was best playing it cool and saying good-night. I texted her after I left, and told her I had a great night, but have not had a response yet. I feel like she might be upset I did not make a move . or maybe she is glad that I didn't and wants to leave it. What should I do ?
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Not every girl wants to kiss on the first date, which I could really see that for the reason why she turned away the first time.
She could also now be trying not to be tooo eager. Maybe she is dissappointed but I really don't think she will cut you off just because you didn't kiss her the 2nd date, especially since you did let her know you had a great time, which is basically what you are saying with a kiss on the first dates.
I'd wait it out for a few days and try to set something up again if she hasn't responded by then. She'll have made her mind up by then if she's on the fence.1