3 months of dating now what
You can see facial expressions and body language on someone else that just can't be faked sometimes, and I saw this on her whenever we were intimate together.- Believe it or not, our three month experience was the longest relationship she's ever had.
She thought we had so many things in common and that I treated her exactly as she'd want someone to treat her.
She was adamant about the fact that she thought I'd never done anything wrong (quite the opposite).
However, a few nights ago, she viewed my online dating profile on the site we met on. I have a few friends that are insisting I should casually reach out to her next week and send a brief text or email asking if she has time for a quick drink.
This was surprising to me, especially since she'll know I was able to see that she looked. They think I should tell her I know exactly where she was coming from, but to point out the reasons I thought caused this and to show the fact that I'm committed to doing anything to making things work, even if it means sacrificing some pride.
I told her I felt she was great, and that I was surprised and upset by this all.
As for keeping in touch, I told her I'd need some time to think about that and see how I feel before I could make a decision.I'd plan to move on with my life, begin dating new girls, and put this experience behind me once and for all.In fact, I've already become active again on the dating site I met her on and I'm talking to a few girls. Aside from just moving on altogether, here are what I see as the three paths I can take: 1.I may have even been a little guarded (and responsible) myself because of my own experience having come out of such a serious relationship.I also think that the weekends spent away from each other made it harder to spend the time together in order to build the connection she's talking about.I know that conventional wisdom might say I just need to move on here, but I really feel like there was something special there.