I took a girl out for a second date last night. We both had a fantastic time. When I was walking her back to her place I decided to hold her hand, which she responded to positively. When I finally got to her place, she hugged me to say goodbye, I got a bit overconfident and tried to kiss her. She didn't want to kiss me, so she pulled me into another hug instead and it made for a bit of an awkward goodbye there. She did however text me to say goodnight later.
I'm of the general impression that I caught her a bit off guard and it wasn't the right time, but I'm still sort of worried that I might have messed things up.
Should I talk to her about it? If so, I don't really feel like I should apologize for it but I'm not sure how to bring it up without sounding apologetic.
Is she not into me? Or was she simply nervous and/or not ready to be kissed?
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Well I can tell you a story what happened with me and the girl that I hope I'm beginning a really nice relationship. I sort of invited her out on an informal date a drink and we sat there for about three hours just talking anyway we ended up slow dancing alone at the place where I work. Well we just held each other for about an hour gently holding on and then I tried to kiss her the first time and she sort of backed away and wanted to leave and go home but not in an offended sort of way but I grabbed her and pulled her back and told her I still wanted to dance with her. So we kept dancing and I kept trying to kiss her and after about another half an hour I just sort of kept passing my lips over her lips slowly and at one point she stopped moving her lips out of the way and let me kiss her and then when I moved away she kissed me back.
I'd say don't worry you didn't blow it. Next time just take it easy and slow and you'll get a kiss out of her if she's still talking to you and texting you've got nothing to worry about.
I wish you good luck.0