I've been seeing a girl for 2 months and it's been essentially perfect. Then she went on vacation a couple weeks ago with a girlfriend. All was fine the day she arrived. I messaged her a couple days later and got a quick, but VERY short response. She did text me right away when she got home, and we already had plans to see each other. She cooked dinner for us, got me a souvenir from her trip, and we watched "our show." She wasn't quite as affectionate, but everything else was normal.
After dinner she said her feelings aren't as strong as mine, and she isn’t ready to take things to the next level yet. She asked me to be patient with her...but also couldn’t promise anything. Understandable; that’s dating. She said "let's just take things slow and keep getting to know each other better." It was a positive and productive talk. She said it felt really good to get that off her chest, and then everything was much better. We cuddled on the couch, and I spent the night. No sex on purpose, but she both fell asleep and woke up in my arms and was affectionate and sweet.
Sorry for the long but necessary back story! I'm sure she's looking to date other people which is an ego bruise, but she should work through this however she needs to. She didn't end our situation when the opportunity was there. Also, to give her space I didn't contact her over the weekend, and it took her less than 48 hours to reach out to me again. That would suggest she misses me a little, right? Can I take her at her word about this? It doesn't feel like she wants out. I'm a little confused as her words and actions don't completely match. Would love to hear everyone's perspective!
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I think you should take her word on this. She does seem like she is being very affectionate and caring toward you. I think the only reason she wasn't as affectionate when she came back was due to the fact that she was thinking about how she wanted to tell you about what she was feeling. I think giving her space like you have and letting her come to you is a good thing.0
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