Need to spend more time with her, lack of communicationVisitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
Hey im 15, ive been going out with a girl for 3 weeks now. I met her a week before she asked me out and we hit it off right from the start. It was very joky and physical to start with, flirty txts etc. Now we are going out and I'm just so emotionally stressed. She never has any credit on her phone and im constantly txting with no replies and I dont like conversations to her on the phone im still a lil shy. I only see her twice a week at max, I walk her home tuesdays and we go out saturday nights. Just recently she has been saying things like "I bet you end up liking my friends better" and "I heard you were getting with my friend" stuff like that, I just respond by saying hell no and that I like her a lot. I wanted to go out with her this saturday but she never got back to me, I went out with mates and rang her, we had a very short convo, she was having a girls night out. I didnt mean to sound angry but I sorta ended the convo quickly.
How do get to see her more often? Or should I just slow things down. I still know very little about her and am still very shy. I'm constantly feeling humiliated and dis satisfyed with the way I act around her.
One good thing you could do is get used to talking on the phone.
This should be easier than in person talks. So make a point of calling her at least once a week and talk for 15 mins or so. Have topics of conversation already written out so you have something to talk about. Ask her how her family is doing, her pets, how she is feeling, what about her teachers, her friends, the list is limitless.
Once you start talking to her on the phone you will get more ideas about how to get together with her during the week. Maybe you could join an afterschool activity together and see each other that way.
Good luck! George
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