I want to meet himVisitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Female
I have met this guy before 8 months at my university. We come from the same country so we were introduced by a friend.I asked him if he knows girls studying there from our country and he said he knows some. Anyway i gave him my number and he gave me his. He rang me after 2 days( we were both at uni at the time) and told me he is at the cafe with one of his mates and that i could join them if i am free. I went and he told me he lives with his mum and that i can go to visit her and get to know her.He also told me to ring him anytime i need his help. I wasn't interested with him at the time and didn't continue or try to get closer to him. I feel i want to be with him and know him well and he might be the right man for marriage for me. But today i met one of his friends at uni i asked her about him and she told me he is now working and decided not to continue with his studies this year.I don't know what to do now. I have his number but find it hard to phone him because its been a long time and if i ask him for advice about something he will just explain it to me and that will be it but i want the chance to meet him so i can flirt with him and show him my interest and get things going.I am 36 now and feel the time is running and i don't want to spoil this chance. What should i do? I don't want it to seem very obvious that i am interested he might loose interest in me.Please help!
Take every opportunity you get.
Call him and suggest that you have dinner. He is probably interested in meeting new women and would accept your invitation. You have to show him some of your true feelings or he will think you are fake. So be flirty and enjoy yourself. He will naturally be attracted to you if he feels he is making you happy.
Good luck! George
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