i feel like i'm on the rebound and it sucks because this girl is beautiful and has a lot of qualities that i like but now i don't know where i stand, i don't know what to do. I started thinkin something was up with her and I decided I wasn't going to text her till she texted me.. i talked to some people and from what they hear, they said i should give her an option and maybe let her go because now it's effecting me and it hurts that all the good stuff just disappeared. We were good friends for 5 months before one-night things changed and we ended up having sex. I’ve been dating this girl now for 2 and a half months. But we will almost certainly tell how we felt about the date through non-verbal cues, which will eventually reveal the magical post-date-call timetable you seek. If those answers leave you unsure, she’s probably unsure too. Wait a couple days (not ) or so to really reach out again. She gives smart, super-honest advice about your biggest dating and relationship conundrums.(The study isn’t explicitly hetero-only, but most questions are framed in those terms.) Among the findings: About a third of single people think “it’s less intimidating” to ask someone out via text message.
“We’re all hyper-connected online and yet we’re fundamentally disconnected.” That gender essentialism may help sell books on how to decipher the behaviors of the “opposite” sex, but this is 2013—nobody buys books anymore.well now this past monday, i couldn't really get a reach of her and she was in a bad mood and i asked her why, she said, "you won't like it" and i said, "lemme guess, ex bf? well her ex bf keeps calling her, i'm not sure if he's seen her etc., i don't know anything about him. i'm ****in heated, goin to sleep i just talked to her and i remember on our first date how she talked about how her ex bf would not stop bothering her. i ask her and she says she doesn't wanna talk about it. the "SAD" its possible that he has been making her feel bad and is harassing her. i thought it was just BS here n there so i asked today and she said it was from 3 ****in years ago. than as usual she said she didn't wanna talk about it and than made excuses that she still has to go eat and than shower because she got back from the gym. A: Your wait time should be indirectly proportional to how well the date went. “Keep it casual, mentioning something you laughed about together or just expressing how much you enjoyed hanging out.” Then, do not wait too long before asking for a second date.
Here’s how to proceed immediately: “The new norm is to text an hour after the date,” says dating and relationship expert Whitney Casey. Maybe she’s wondering if there’s enough of a spark, thinks you could be a bad boy or just dealt with a nasty breakup—whatever the case, you probably still have a shot. When we’re still thinking the situation over, overzealous behavior out. A simple text after the date to tell us you had a great time?