She had a genuine reason.
But like you said I don’t want to seem desperate. So do you think it’s ok to say “we should rearrange third date. Let me know when you’re free”
That way the ball is firmly in her court and I’m not pressuring her.
I’m sure she did but the fact of the matter is she didn’t even ask to reschedule. Like think of yourself, if you were in her shoes, having to cancel with valid reason then you would suggest another day right? That’s because you are interested, you had a great time and want to have another date. Why wouldn’t you want someone who has that same energy? I mean for all you know, she didn’t love the first date, but was like “maybe the 2nd will be better”, and ultimately she doesn’t feel the same connection. To be clear, this is by no means me trying to douse your hopes or anything, and I’m sure you will reach out regardless. I’m just saying she may not be on the same page and you should give her the chance to show that she is.
She liked the first date. She sent me a text straight after thanking me for a great time.
So what’s happened between her cancelling the last date and now? Has your communication been regular? If she’s acting normal then that is the only case where is encourage you to pursue.
She’s Continuing the conversation.
Okay, if she’s continuing the conversation as normal then sure, ask her to reschedule.
Well I can just say “we should reschedule. Let me know when you’re free”
You think that’s ok?
Nah, I would just say something loose ended like “if you’d like to have another date just let me know and we can set something up”. That’s putting the ball in her court. What you want to say implies that you’re going to set the next thing up, at least in my opinion.
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