I've been told it's good and I've been told it's bad. I was on a date with a girl and was asking her about herself. Questions about who she is and what she was about. She opened up and told me a lot of her relationship with her mom and some stuff she went through growing up. She talked about her special needs sister and things like that. I can see she has had some rough times. Now she didn't bring up other guys or stuff of old relationships. Don't get me wrong we had a lot of smiling and laughing going on at the same time. She was laughing the whole date other than the serious parts.
Is it good that she was willing to open up to me? Or do girls only do that with friends?
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I think it's a great sign! It sounds like you guys hit it off and that she's comfortable talking about everything with you. That's how my boyfriend and I first connected; we slowly built up a fun, open, trusting relationship by telling each other about the important things and people in our lives, including the bad/sad parts. We do open up to our friends about these things, of course, but it's rare to like a guy enough on the first date that we'd feel comfortable with sharing those personal things.
However, you might want to do something to make it clear that you'd Iike to date her as opposed to just being her confidante. It doesn't have to be anything drastic - some compliments, more questions about her life and interests, and a kiss on the cheek/lips when you next see her are all she needs to know that you enjoyed hearing about her life and still want to be more than friends. Good luck :)2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE