I asked a girl out, and it took her awhile to decide, but eventually she got back. We ended up having to reschedule the date to a few weeks later. The date's still a week away, but I saw her a few days ago during class. This would basically be the first interaction since we set the date. Now here's the thing: we didn't talk to each other. The reason I didn't come up to her was because she was making a presentation that day and she was working on it, so I didn't want to be too "try-hard". I figured that if the opportunity arose, I'd talk to her; otherwise, I wouldn't. And the opportunity never came up, so basically we left without talking to one another.
Doesn't that make things awkward now? Now I fear that when I confirm the date, she'll cancel because she'll feel like she's not comfortable with me anymore because she'll think things are gonna be too different if she goes out on a date with me. I'm kicking myself right now, but then again, at the time, what could I do?
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Don't beat yourself up about it, but honestly if you see her again before the date, don't even look at whether or not she's busy. I have lots of guy friends saying similar things to me, but honestly at least in the beginnings, it's kind of expected that guys take the initiative and pull moves and such till something is established. As for the date, it'll only be awkward if you make it awkward. Approach it like you're just getting to know each other, so nothing's set in stone. Most importantly, don't hype yourself up.0