Where do I go from here?Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I've been attracted to a certain girl for some time now, and she's let me know that the feeling's mutual, but not directly (she has a boyfriend that in college, she's in high school). I'm in college myself, so I don't get to see her that often. I know that she and her boyfriend won't last because she questions whether she's with him for the right reason's or not quite often (she told me when she was drunk).
Anyways, we began talking quite a bit last week over the phone, having hour long conversations and laughing a lot. She said that she would call me after her games this week, but she never did. I text her and asked her how they were, & she said she had a bad week, etc. etc. I joke with her that mine was bad because she didn't call, but she seems so short with me now! I don't understand. At one point she's really having fun it seems, then she's really restrained. What's up? It's like she's even afraid to be my friend now, but maybe she's afraid of getting attached while she's still with someone else? Please help. Thanks
You are reacting too strongly to a recent event.
If she was being short with you over a couple of weeks then that would be cause to worry. But just because she wasn't her usual self this week is no reason to be overly concerned. As she said, it's been a bad week for her. Maybe her games didn't go well, or maybe she is feeling under the weather.
Or it's even possible that she is having second thoughts about you. But don't jump to that conclusion right now. Try her again tomorrow or Sunday when she might be more relaxed.
Good luck! George
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