What Happened

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Ok, i have been working with this girl for 3 months, and really started to like her, and got a feeling that she liked me to. So i asked her out, at first she was crazy about me, she wanted to come over and watch movies all of the time, and she would text me non stop throughout the day. But then we got off for christmas break and i didnt see her for a week, but i still talked to her online. When we got back from break she just totally started to avoid me, she doesnt call me or text me anymore, she never talks to me online, and when i see her at work she just totally tries to avoid me. I asked her if she was mad at me or if there was something i did to make her not want to be by me, she said no but she still just keeps avoiding me. Why do you think this is? Is there some sort of message she is trying to send me, or is this some kind of test she is giving me? Any advice would be appriciated.

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It's hard to guess what is motivating her.

But, it is unlikely she is testing you. That would be a dumb thing for her to do.

Maybe she met someone new on the break. Maybe she didn't think your Christmas present was thoughtful enough. It could be a lot of things.

My advice is to forget her.

Good luck! George

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