is it mine? pt. 2

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
well again thanks for taking the time to read this.....

i guess i didnt specify my question on the first letter, i mean yes everytime i try to talk to her i get the same answer from her that she dont wanna see me again and dont talk to her ever again, but is just that i dont get why she goes and tells her brother that she's not sure about who's the father and that she will let me know....also during her spring break one day she called me at 7am! so i could go to her house and be with her that day!....another thing is that since i recently moved out and changed my home and cell phone numbers, somehow she found out that exact same day and called my dad's phone asking for me!! me this is strange and i think she's hiding something, either she still has feelings for me but dont know how to act for it or also that she knows for some reason im the dad but is mad at me my question is how to deal with this situation? what words or ideas can i use whenever i talk to her again? i think is one of those situations where the woman plays kinda hard to get and wants the guy to pursue her, to keep trying, but i aint like that....thanks.... Advice
No, she isn't playing hard to get.

She is freaked out and may not even realize it. Since she has contacted you, there is a chance she thinks you are the father and wants to remain close to you for some reason.

Something is missing from this piecture. It is what her feelings really are. You should make every effort to find that out. Without knowing her feelings, you are left guessing. Try very hard to get her to talk about this.

Good luck! George

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