So, I've been friends with this girl for over two years. About a year ago, I developed romantic feelings for her. At first, I didn't say anything, because she had a boyfriend she was living with. But then she told me that she and her boyfriend had grown apart, that she wasn't in love with him anymore, and that she hadn't had sex with him in a really long time, and that she was thinking of breaking up with him. At that point, I told her I had feelings for her. She said she was interested in me, but that it would have to wait until she'd officially broken up with her boyfriend.
A little bit later, she had a conversation with her boyfriend, and he agreed that the relationship wasn't going anywhere. But they decided to wait to "officially" break up until their lease was over. I know that seems weird- but they'd had a 4-year relationship, and they lost their virginity to each other, so I think both of them were comfortable and kind of afraid to let go.
Well, while she was still with her boyfriend, she brought up the topic of my feelings for her, and she told me she was no longer sure how she felt about me. There was a lot of "I don't know" and "maybe" and "we'll see" from her.
To make a long story a little shorter, she did break up with her boyfriend as soon as her lease was up. But on that same day, she left for a summer internship, so I haven't seen her since then.
Over the summer, we've kept in touch through Skype and have been talking 2-3 times a week. I brought up my feelings for her again, and she said "We'll see what happens when I get back."
So now, she's coming back in a few days, and I'm picking her up at the airport.
Basically, this is my question: Should I even bother trying to make a move on her? I'm not sure how to take all her "maybe" and "we'll see" stuff. Is she being sincere? Or is she totally not interested and just trying to let me down easy?
On one hand, if she's not interested at all and I make a move on her and get rejected, I'll feel stupid and it might make things awkward between us. On the other hand, if I don't even try, I'll always wonder.
So should I even try anything? Or just ignore the whole thing and let it go?
In case anyone wants to suggest waiting for her to make a move, I don't think that would be a good idea- she's complained to me multiple times that she hates being the one to make a move and that she's frustrated by guys who just sit around waiting for her to initiate things.
|# ? Aug 9, 2012 03:55|
|# ? May 23, 2013 03:40|
You seriously made a new account to post this stupid boring bullshit?
Go to hell.
|# ? Aug 9, 2012 03:59|