Last summer, I went on a special summer school tripVisitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
last summer, i went on a special summer scool trip for a week, where there was a large group of students who attened, and it was accomodated for. i ended up meetin a small group of people who came 2 b my friends, but all of them already knew each other except for me, and this other person. anyways, during the last few days of the trip, i got very close to one of the girls in that group. it got to the point where, if i hadnt had a gf at the time, something wud hav definatly happened between us. after the trip, we stayed in contact, as did my other new found friends. i did split from my girlfriend after this, and she may have been the problem even though i was totally faithful to her. my friends from the trip have arranged to meet up a number of times, but due to this other guy bailing at the last minute and a number of other reasons, every time has been cancelled at the last min, which has really annoyed me. she doesnt talk to me, hardly ever anymore, because she thinks i was messing her about but i still like her. i am meeting this girl in a few weeks time, with a 2 other people, which has been arranged through her friend. i havent spoken to her, as she wont speak to me but she is willing to meet up with me. what do you think my situation is here??? how do i approach her???? i dont no whether she still likes me or what. how should i go about being with her when we meet???? please help
I can see where she would be mad at you for not telling her you had a g/f.
If she doesn't already know that you have split up, be sure to tell her reasonably quickly in your conversation. Maybe you should take her one baby rose as a peace offering.
Good luck in this adventure! George
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