She wanted to go out and also Sunday, too! I couldn't have been more happierVisitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
My ex and I have been doing fine for the past 4 days coming up on 5. Like I told you before this past weekend happened and I didn't expect. She was the one who came with things to do. She said that we had to make up for the month we didn't go out. An that we did! I really thought that it was the end or I would have had to wait for weeks or maybe even months to get those feelings back. It was really no guarantee that that would have happened. We didn't speak to each other for 4 whole days. In the beginning, I was the one to do the calling and visiting. This past weekend was alittle different. She wanted us to go out and do this and that and I just followed her lead. The past wasn't brought up or anything. The next day she called and wanted to go out and also Sunday, too! I couldn't have been more happier. Now the question I pose is should I not call her and don't be to fast to accept her offer on going out somewhere or should should I take advantage of every moment possible? I really want to be with this woman and I hope she feels the same. How do I continue this winning streak I'm having and what shouldn't I do to jeopardize any of what we shared. Wher do I go from here and does it seem like she is interested again or was I just something to do because there was noone else? I mean how should I take it? Or just let it be and move on with it?
Just let things ride the way they are.
Pay very, very close attention to what she says about her feeling and make sure you can adjust. Listen closely for subtle hints she may be dropping. And if an argument comes up, let her have her way with it.
The river is smooth now, enjoy it! But keep an eye out for rapids downstream.
-- from George
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