I met a girl at the mall a month or so ago. We flirted for quite awhile and I asked her for her info; she said she had a boyfriend but gave it to me anyway. I emailed her and she wrote me back saying she had a boyfriend who'd she be with "forever" but said we could be "best friends". I got busy and didn't keep up with her and I'm sure she went back to her boyfriend.
Last week, she emails me wanting to get together, saying she'd been busy (with her boyfriend I'm sure) but wanted to meet up. She started texting me somewhat frequently with flirty messages. Then she tells me her boyfriend cheated on her, and now the messages are even more flirty and that she wants to meet up with "someone fun". I keep calling her a "friend" but I do like her but feel something will go wrong. How should I approach our meeting?
Also, I'm a virgin, not because I've never dated but because I never got far along enough with anyone I really liked (I know, I sound like a girl. from the '50s) and I'm wondering how I'd feel if this girl, who I like(d), would make me miserable if things go somewhere, then blow up.
How do these kinds of deals work?
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I think she needs to take time to think about what just happened and what exactly she wants. It's like less than a week and she's already onto the next guy. She can make you miserable by not fully commiting to you as you possibly grow to like her more than she likes you. She's moving on too quickly and you might be rebound. You should just take it slow if she is interested in you. A Rebounder tends to want comfort and someone to fill the void for a while but could hurt others if their new partner is just that, 'a filling of the void'. In that case she may just be selfish, but it itakes time to know a person for who they really are ;*)0