I have a lot of fear associated with dating, and it just comes out whenever I start anything new.
Yesterday, when the girl I'm seeing called to reschedule our date this weekend, I had somewhat of an outburst and pretty plainly demonstrated my insecurity. The conversation ended well despite it (I explained that I had been pretty badly damaged in the past), and she said that she liked me.
Now I can feel that familiar brooding fear looming over me. I feel like when we spoke today she's treating me a little differently. All I can think to do now is follow up with a call to see if she's still into me, to try and explain my sordid past and see if she will still be with me.
Should I call her with this, or just go on with it and see what happens?
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I'm leaning towards agreeing with Kheserthorpe.
Just to be clear tho. What actually _happened_?
Can you repeat the actual situation, so I've an idea f what she might think she is, or is not dealing with? It might not be that bad. It might necessarily not be something you need to dwell on. Human beings are quite resilient unless they are psychotic, in which case not with your time, let alone an apology. But the good ones, yeah. They can usually distinguish between evil, and hard day, bad experience, confusion, etc. and are able to let ultimately irrelevant stuff slide.
So.. lets have it. What did she say. What did you say. How did she respond. What did you say after that. How did it end. Give us some dialogue ;-)0