K I chose lunch as a way to get face time and make it comfortable for both of us. My questions are should I offer to pay for hers? Should I at the end of the lunch, ask her for a real date, ie dinner and movie or something else more serious than lunch?
I think she likes me but she just got out of a relationship a week ago, I think it was her choosing, but nonetheless, I want to make sure she is ready to date again. Will girls make it obvious they want you to ask for a serious date or do I just have to man up and ask?
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Being a MAN means not rushing and not worrying if "she's ready."
Be a man of power and value. This means you don't WANT every time you spend with her to be "A SERIOUS DATE." Nor does she. This makes dating you too much work and effort. Who wants that?
Instead get rid of this notion that being with her needs to be "dating her."
Let the girl worry about such things, while instead worrying about whether she's worth your time, if she's fun enough, or if she's even right for you.
If you're fun to be with then she'll enjoy spending time with you.
Also, as a rule, if you're inviting her to join you, then you should offer to pay. Just don't make a habit out of it.
And Finally: Man up, stop trying to schedule your dating life like a career, and focus on having fun, LEADING the date like a man (driving her, walking her by giving her your arm, suggesting locations and activities, etc) and always be ESCALATING (increasing the sexual banter, the physical touch, and the emotional rapport.)
Do those things and she'll be begging you to have the "talk" with her (After 10 dates.)
Have a good time then tell us how it went!
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