So, I met this girl from the internet and me and her were really vibing off each other that we decided to meet up later that same day! I met up with her and she kept telling me that we have a lot in common." She also mentioned how she would never met anyone how we did but she was glad she did. Anyways, we had a fun time, and I leaned to kiss her. She said that she "saw that coming" and said "I'm sorry I'm just really shy about these things." Anyways, I was walking her back to train talking she said we should hang out again and she grabbed me and kissed me. I said I would text her later. So the next day I text her, because I know girls hate guys who take forever to text. She never responded. I figured she was busy. Anyways, I hit her up on the website and she saw my message but never responded. What's going on, why is she acting like this. My friends say she's just playing games, but really? It's been almost a week and she doesn't respond.
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She may have fallen for a character image, which is why you both seemed to really hit it off while talking online. When you finally met in person, maybe she didn't see an attraction physically. I'm not implying that you're physically unappealing, I'm saying just not by what she determines as attractive.
Her behavior when she left was most likely appreciative but she was more concerned with pacifying the situation than being open and honest about it. I think her priority was more with ending it in a non confrontational manner, which unfortunately, wasn't a proper closure.
What she actually did, especially with the kiss before leaving was send a signal to you to imply that things were perfect when in fact she already concluded that this was something she no longer wanted to pursue.
The more mature way to handle it is to take some time and express your true feelings so that there wouldn't be any doubt. Her way actually was quite selfish. You've already reached out in effort to try and follow up, but clearly the interest isn't mutual. If it were she would have responded by now. I think its best you move forward and not waste time and effort trying to reach out to her. Let her be and channel your energy toward finding someone who will be mutually interested in you.1