She sends me a text on the day we planned on meeting for dinner and apologizes about what she was about to mention. She says that "we never had a talk regarding a relationship" and she doesn't know where I stand and what was on my mind. She then says she wants something serious for her next relationship... and goes on saying she has too much on her mind (she is going through some potential changes such as moving, changing jobs, etc) and says she cannot focus on a new relationship... she said she tried but can't and thinks it is unfair for me despite not knowing where I stand and if I cared or not. She mentions that she loves spending time with me but that she isn't ready for a relationship yet or anytime soon.
I was quite shocked because things seemed to be going so well. We've connected quite well, held hands in public, kiss/cuddle and she's met a number of my friends (they all seem to like her), along with doing numerous other "couple activities."
That same day she sent me that text, I already had something planned out for the two of us. I clarified the concerns she had and said I was serious when pursuing a woman but I can understand what she is going through and hope she is able to get things figured out soon. I went ahead and said we can still continue with our plans just on a "friendship" level. She said she'd love to but was scared I'd feel awkward after the conversation but I said it was totally fine.
I picked her up and it seemed our interaction and vibe was already different. Throughout that time, she did cling onto my arms for a couple moments (though I can tell she was aware & stopped herself), but it was mostly a friendship vibe. I don't know if she is trying test me or not.
Note, I did try to get her in bed a couple days prior as we laid down watching shows from my computer.
She texted me when she got home and said thanks for tonight and said she had a good time. I didn't reply back until the morning.
Most Helpful Girl
I think that she's made this very clear and had politely done so - that she doesn't want a relationship. And pushing matters now leads to flakey excuses like "I'm tired", which NO one ever is when it comes to seeing someone they are excited to see. I've sacrificed hours of sleep in one night if it meant to see a guy I really liked. Even made excused for "not" being tired.
So what this girl is doing is laying out the reasons/excuses and I think from what she's saying she can't be any more clear. It doesn't matter if you spent a great couple of months together or so. She's probably been putting on a bit of an act to appease you to see if maybe she could develop anything more but she can't, and I think two months is pretty good for cutting it off and not letting it develop in to anything longer lest feelings getting really hurt if any more time is spent on this.
And believe me - some people CAN act. I thought I had a guy licked thinking he was very much in to me when suddenly he just quit talking to me and wouldn't even tell me it was really "over". People are just weird like this. They obviously thought they had something, but didn't - or they just acted like they did hoping feelings could develop.
If she really is busy and moving and maybe not even over her last few relationship and wants to be single for a while, then you just have to let her go and do that. Maybe even tell her if she changes her mind in the next while to let you know that you'll be there, but honestly, I wouldn't hold my breath for longer than a couple of weeks. If she doesn't even call or text you in that time, she really is finished and maybe that's a sign that you did your best and be thankful she didn't waste much more of your time.
Most Helpful Guy
She doesn't know what she wants. She may be confused because she isn't into enough to continue, or she may be telling the truth about her job and living situation. Either way, I would just tell her you care about her, but will give her the time and space she wants. The ball is in her court.
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