I dated a a very social, flirt, and beautiful girl for about a month. She has a very active life, but we talked every day for about 2-3 hours on the phone. When a misunderstanding occurred, she didn't like how I handled it and cut off seeing me.
We texted here and there on occasion for a couple weeks after, but it faded off into a month of no contact. It was excruciating for me. It took every ounce of energy I had to not check her Facebook, not text her, not think about her.
On Saturday, she called me - quite randomly - asking about the name of a restaurant we went to on a date. I was curious why she didn't just text to ask, but either way we had a funny and light-hearted conversation for 10 minutes and agreed to meet on Tuesday to catch up.
We confirmed plans via casual texts on Monday... nothing of the flirting variety, pretty straight forward. On Tuesday morning, something changed. She sent a long text asking if we could reschedule because plans changed for her that evening.
I sent her a response about an hour later saying "Yeah, no problem. Just let me know what your week looks like and we can reschedule."
That night, she responded saying "wonderful, thanks."
And that was it. I was disappointed she made no effort to plan for another day, but I know I did nothing wrong. I was pretty casual about it, and she definitely seemed fine with the plans the night before.
There hasn't been any contact since then. I figured she got cold feet and the worst thing I can do is chase her. Am I right, or should I make a casual effort to schedule it again?
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I know you said ladies, but I think I can help you out a bit here. First. 2-3 hours on the phone a day? That's a big no. If I had 0 interest in pursuing any sort of relationship with her, I could understand that maybe. All the time you spent talking on the phone with her, was stuff you want to be talking to her about in person. Next, 2-3 hours everyday says you're way too available, and that's not a good message to send. At best they won't mind, but usually that's not attractive. She's living an active lifestyle, which means that 2-3 hours on the phone is probably when it's most convenient for her. If that's the case, it speaks that much more to the idea you don't have an active life.
Judging by the Facebook/texting/thinking about her bit, you got too attached too fast. Don't get me wrong, I get it. I've been there. But that's the same reason I know you've made some mistakes, because I've done it.
Fun light-hearted 10 minute conversation where you made plans to catch up. That's perfect. That's what a phone call is suppose to be about in the early stages. Now, when it came to confirming plans on Monday. If you did it, I would disagree with that and wait until the next day mid-day. If she did it, then that's fine to confirm obviously.
Now when she canceled on you, that's could be a red-flag. You could be the back-up plan now. Again, I know from experience. Given how available you made yourself since the beginning there's a decent change you're the back up plan guy. Been there. There's a chance she genuinely had something come up, but whenever that happened to me, the girl made plans to see me again, and I didn't have to try to reschedule.
So the answer is no. You don't try and reschedule. She canceled on you. You do NOT chase her. In fact, I would suggest assuming that there's no chance for you with this specific girl and get rid of any expectations you might have about going anywhere with her. I say assume no chance because it's so much easier to just move on instead of digging yourself out of the hole-of-mistakes. We make mistakes, it happens. Easier to start fresh with another woman than try to wiggle your way out of a hole. If she reschedules, why not? But go into it with no expectations. Take this experience as a lesson learned.
This is all from first hand experience, mistakes I made, and things I learned from them.1