I agree. Heck, text him and as how he is feeling.Just because you have dated someone one or two times doesn't automatically mean you're a couple and that you are going to *immediately* start seeing each other frequently. Geez the guy has been sick, there's a pandemic going on, and you are supposed to be limiting your contacts.
I appreciate your opinions you all. I already texted him how's he was feeling once and that went well, but that would be weird to keep asking if he's ok, right?I agree. Heck, text him and as how he is feeling.
Don't text him again for now.I appreciate your opinions you all. I already texted him how's he was feeling once and that went well, but that would be weird to keep asking if he's ok, right?
And I don't expect him to treat me as girlfriend, but two days without contact sounds fishy, specially when he canceled the date. Today will be the third day. I really think I'm not overreacting this time haha, but I understand it can sound like that.
Good perspective! I wouldn't automatically assume that.If your girlfriend went on a couple of dates over a week or so and then did not hear from the man for several days would you automatically think that he is not interested?
There are a lot of reasons that you could come up with. Why would that one win out over any other?
Yes, and yes.Actually you are all right. It doesn't seem like a lot of days, but some people tell me it is. I agree I am over analyzing this.
I'll go on a hike with my roommates and forget about this whole thing and if he's still interested he will contact me. I think I've been too intense (I don't show him this though) because he was my crush for a long time and I wanted this so bad. I'll try to focus on myself. It's just that this social distancing and not having my friends around makes it harder.
I like the one I underlined.Oh gosh guys.. please let me know if I'm being annoying to you all, but not dating for 6 years made me too inexperienced with this whole thing.
He texted me last night (I was really surprised!!!) Asking me how I was and that he's doing well, that he is with his family having a good time but is excited to come home and see some people including ME. (omg!!!)
How should I answer this without sounding overly excited? "Hey I'm glad you've got to spend time with your family. Looking forward to see you too" or "I'm glad you are having a good time with them. Excited about seeing you too." Or maybe I just don't comment anything about I'm excited about seeing him too?
He said he's baking bread with his family.. should I jokingly say "bring me some?" Or that's too much?
I'm sorry if this is annoying.