inviting her again...

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
First off I want to say Thank you for your last answer to my question, and i'm sorry for annoying you with another question. So ill try and keep it short, okay last time I asked if it was a good idea to ask my ex gf to a track meet. I thought about it and I was wondering if taking her out to get icecream is a better idea, that way I can talk with her about how I feel. I also don't want to make her feel uncomfortable. She still avoids me if she can help it, but shes also still nice and says hi and accepted my present to her. I really don't know how she will react to my inviting her to do something with me. but shes worth the risk of rejection. I also thought of taking her to a basketball game where I could talk to her but it wouldn't be too private. If you were to choose one the basketball game, track meet, or taking her for icecream. which is my best bet for a step toward getting her back? I could talk to her after the track meet but is it too much? Advice
Why not leave the choice up to her?

Tell her you want to take her out and have three choices in mind, then tell her what they are. This presents her with a situation where it is harder to say no but focuses her on the choices.

But if you want to give her one choice I'd go with ice cream.

Good luck, George

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