Not responding to my Facebook message?
I sent this girl a Facebook message last night because I didn't end up seeing her at this event yesterday when we had both planned to see each other, we no longer have class together and I really wanted to get her number in person, so my message roughly read "hi ____ ! sorry I missed you at the thing today, I really hope to be able to catch up with you tomorrow. Have a good nite!" since then she has made a status update as well as commented on a few others' statuses. I don't want to be paranoid but is it likely she has purposely not responded to my message? Would it be a bad idea to send her another message at some point to just ask for her number, as now I don't know if I will see her in person for a few weeks?Also to note: we talked a lot at school, and she and I flirted a lot back and forth increasingly over the past two weeks and she made comments like what are you going to do in class w/o me? And I feel like I choked on getting her number because I saw her alone in the hall but didn't approach her. Is there a chance that she likes me but is just frustrated by me not just making a move? And lastly, I really was beginning to feel as though she liked me back, and would the above comment suggest that at all or does that seem like more a friend thing?
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Nope, resist the urge to to come in closer when someone fails to get closer to you, almost always pushes them farther away.
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Give her some time to reply. I actually do that, some messages I reply to later on, but it is much easier to just log into Facebook and quickly update my status and comment on some, while responding to all messages at a later time. Definitely give her some more time to respond to you. Definitely want to space the time between messages. If she does not respond after a reasonable amount of time then send her another message. Also sometimes on Facebook, it is to forget that you have new messages, as sometimes I myself, would read message with intentions of responding later and totally forget about it, but definitely give her more time. She might be waiting for you to make that move. I know what it is like to wait for a guy to make a move and he chickens out, and I feel disappointed about it, but again give her more time. Sounds like she might like you, but if she is just a social, flirty person - she might be like that with others too. It depends.