So she isn't looking to date but weve been out for drinks once. We also drove an hour away for lunch and went nature hiking at the botanical gardens.
She seemed happy. Even mentioned her ex would have never done anything that interested her.
She mentioned a concert she liked. So i got tickets to it and told her. Well this scared her off. Got her to tell me this.
Then i fractured my knee. Needed money. Had to sell tickets due to that and the fact she ignored me since i bought them and scared her. Too much to fast.
So im selling them to her for 210$ paid 288$.
Told her to enjoy them and have fun.
She is coming to pick them up Wednesday. How do i recover from this on Wednesday. Might be tough but im up to the challenge.
Lets hear your ideas.
Most Helpful Girl
"Don't put all of your eggs in one basket" .
I know you like this girl. But you have to keep your options open.
There is a very huge possibly that even if you go above and beyond for her, she may friend zone you because she's not ready to make that step.
She just out of a long term relationship .
Her energy is probably sucked out of her.
she needs time to get over that break up and work on herself.
Be there for her.
Continue to show you like her.
But at the same time, be practical and don't allow her to be your only option.
Because if you do, and she continues to say she is not ready you will have seen that you have wasted time.
You don't want that.
"How do I recover from this on Wednesday"
Keep the tickets price as is.
Wish her well.
Talk to her later and ask her how the concert was.
Play it cool
You don't want to come off as desperate.
Allow her to contact you at times.
Most Helpful Guy
#1) You should never spend that much money on a woman who isn't your girlfriend. Spending that much on her lets her know you're desperate to impress her and gives off the appearance you're trying to buy her affection. A man should pay for the dates, but unless you're both pull in 100k+ a year, then spending that much money reeks of desperation. I make ~70k a year and my first dates I spend around ~$50. Impress a woman with you charm, wit, and personality, not your wallet.
#2) You can't force a woman to like you. If a woman isn't interested let her know where you stand and leave the ball in her court. If I ask out a woman and she says know I respond with something like "well here's my number, if you change your mind give me a call. I'm curious to see if you're as fun as you are cute". Then I forget about her. If a woman isn't interest in you to start with, your chances are pretty low, but if you keep chasing her your chances will be zero.
Also, if possible, I would sell them to someone else, not her.