Things that you have in common with her or things that she is interested in. We discuss about things we both interested in at work, about work and also about the food we like when we have a break together and also try not be too funny.
Its a big turn off believe me. Try to get her out of her comfort zone without beeing too confusing to her. Always be confident with what you say and how you say. Thats my tips i can give you. Btw, your English is just fine to me.
The more i worked there, beeing successfull in my job the more she liked me i noticed until we met and went out in the club one evening. We danced, had fun, drank together but no word on relationship. Im very carefull since shes my colleage. However i must admit that i like her more than she thinks i do and i havent let her know yet. Well I mean im a bit confused because Im not sure about all this situation. When we were in the club she looked into my eyes more than once and gave me some signs that she is willing to go further but then again i think about her friend.
She once told me that she is not happy in her relationship. Not directly but she said something like we are always having a fight and things like that. I dont know the specifics and i dint ask. As always i stayed neutral. She knows i have a girlfriend and she know I like her as a friend. Basicly im beeing a nice guy but still someone who knows what he wants.
In my job im taken serious and people like me. There is really no one who doesnt like me. My boss likes me and so do everyone.
Im so confused at the moment because im really feeling in love with her but i just cant tell her. The funny thing is i like beiing friend with her and going out to the club. Another colleage of mine tried to date her but she rejected him haha. He always complains about the work and basicly he is very negative. Well i will see how it goes in future and write more. Thanks for sharing your story. My first tips would be to not allow yourself to be so taken with a girl who has a boyfriend.
If a girl is in a relationship, happy or not, you are setting yourself up for confusion, disappointment and failure by allowing yourself to be interested in her. But for now, she has a boyfriend. You can do better than being interested in a girl who is in a relationship. The poor guy is probably pissed off now. But recently one of our mutual friends broke up with his girlfriend and now him and my crush have a thing. They hang out a lot right now!
Two years is too long to make a move. Now im going out with her again.. If you had, she would not agree to going out with you again. VB Hey tripp, I have a friend who I used to like, but never had the balls to go after.
So for a few months, I followed her around secretly like a puppy. Then, I gave up. So I forced myself to get over her. But a few days back, I realized her birthday was coming up and I started chatting with her in an effort to try to figure out a good gift for her. Then, it hit me. By it, I mean the raw attraction I had for her, stronger than ever before. She was depressed about her birthday cause she thought none of her friends were going to be there for her etc, and I calmed her down.
In this whole deal, I unintentionally blabbed that I liked her. I mean there is definitely some sort of spark, no matter how tiny. I push and pull her, just like you mentioned, and I make her laugh to no end. Our conversations are real, raw, and have an almost flirty back and forth feel to them. But those are just momentary.
Then she goes back to that mode of disbelief. This is driving me crazy. VB Thanks a lot Tripp. By the way, I am a big fan, thanks for giving me this opportunity to converse with you. Regards, Tripp You say whatever you want to ask her out. Alex Hi Tripp, I have become a best friend with a girl I really like. But I was with her talking, smiling, having fun, and we became best friends.
She is single now. Can you give me an advice. Can I make her like me? And how to do that? If you tell me to do that: How should I touch her? What should I say to her? I would be happy if you can explain me with examples. Or should I just tell her that I like her? I can say that she is really mature, regardless she is in high school, and I am not like the coolest guy there, but I am in good high status.
At last, I will give you what I think I should do, and you can also tell me if you agree with me. I think I do have a chance with her. I think persistence pays off. Watch the former first to learn what you need to stop doing and the latter to learn what you need to start doing. This is the ideal situation. Hope that helps and good luck. Dan Hey Tripp I like this girl who has a boyfriend and am hoping to somehow win her over.
I know it may be unethical but is there a way to steal her from him? My advice is for mature and intelligent guys who are trying to create the dating life they want, and know better than to do things like that.
You have some growing up and learning to do and I hope you get started soon because nobody likes a rat. Dan Your right Im sorry, jealousy blinded me i guess. I love your advice and will apply it in life. Who knows maybe I will find someone better. Ram Hi Tripp, I met a girl on a train and we hit it off instantly, or so I thought.
I joined her on a trip to a European city and then I asked her out for dinner. She agreed to it but stated that it was not to be considered a date, because she believed in not labeling things as long as one is having fun.
I thought it to be fair enough but was a bit disappointed. She did mention that she agreed to having dinner because she found me interesting.
We had an amazing time in that city and exchanged numbers and other social media details. We texted each other a few times after that and I called her a few times over a period of 2 months. I finally had the time to visit her for a weekend in her city. I visited her place and she showed me around the enchanting city.
She introduced me to few of her friends and we had a great party at her place. I told the girl that I really liked her and that it would be amazing to go out with her on a date sometime. She was taken aback by that and seemed confused. She informed me that she had been dating a guy from university for a few weeks but broke up a couple of weeks prior to the weekend we met.
She seemed to be struggling to move on from that and told me that she was not looking forward to dating anyone right now. She told me that we could discuss this again some time later. I really like this girl and enjoy her company. Do you advice me to move on or maybe discuss this again with her while staying in contact. The sooner you let this one go and find a girl who knows what she wants, the better.