How do you deal with it? Do you just drop her or what?
Most Helpful Girl
Being indifferent and not being able to commit by saying "yes" or "no" is a big red flag for guys and girls. It means they want to likely keep their options open and have no problem putting you on the side and not giving you peace of mind. It's a very selfish outlook and in all honesty I wouldn't deal with this at all. I'd drop her.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
Just make the decision for her and make the plans and dont give her a question. So say u r organizing a date u say 'ok well im thinking i wanna take u out sometime. Ill meet u 7pm Tuesday at the so and so restaurant. Ill see u then.' At this point she has to make a decision bc u have technically already locked a time in and she has to make her mind up. If u give her an open question she will more likely give u those maybes. Just organize everything for her it will go a lot more smoothly and she will actually go along with what u say bc its easy on her and she doesn't have to think. If she says no then suggest another time until u find something suitable. If she keeps umming and arring then u know she is probably avoiding bc no-one can possibly be that busy. Say everyday of the week if u have to.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE