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Q: Dating and Relationships ( No Answer,   6 Comments )
Subject: Dating and Relationships
Category: Relationships and Society > Relationships
Asked by: petr2005-ga
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Posted: 06 Dec 2005 06:56 PST
Expires: 05 Jan 2006 06:56 PST
Question ID: 602142
Why do girls between the ages of 18 and ect. pretend not to having
feelings for men when they otherwise communicate their receptive
feelings through body language and conversation? I recently spoke to a
particular girl at work who I know has feelings for me but she was
nonrecptive or nonresponsive.

How do I get a girl to have feelings for me in terms of dating and relationships?

Clarification of Question by petr2005-ga on 07 Dec 2005 15:26 PST
An 18 year old girl at work talks about me with other workers which I
'overhear' in a potentially interested way in terms of dating and
communicates interest such as caring in the form of remarks indirectly
speaking while I'm off into the distance at work. However, she acts
uninterested when I speak to her and is nonresponsive. Why?
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Dating and Relationships
From: pinkfreud-ga on 06 Dec 2005 13:25 PST
"Body language and conversation" can easily be misread. Perhaps this
young woman is nonresponsive because she truly does NOT have the kind
of feelings for you that you think she has.

When I was young and single, I had several unfortunate
misunderstandings in which men mistook friendly gestures and common
courtesy for romantic interest. One of these men stalked me for
months, having convinced himself that I found him attractive.

In my opinion, the best way to get a girl to have feelings for you is
to be a pleasant, kind, thoughtful person with a sense of humor and a
generous heart. This may not work on every girl, of course.
Subject: Re: Dating and Relationships
From: myoarin-ga on 06 Dec 2005 22:38 PST
Quite right.  Even if the unconscious body language is there, if the
conscious response does not confirm it, that is what she is saying and
should be respected.  But maybe it can change.
Regards, Myoarin
Subject: Re: Dating and Relationships
From: caltawney-ga on 08 Dec 2005 04:47 PST
Ask her out. If she says no, move on.
Subject: Re: Dating and Relationships
From: thedon1-ga on 09 Dec 2005 09:59 PST
Isn't your question really 'How do I get a date?'
Subject: Re: Dating and Relationships
From: yayadk-ga on 12 Dec 2005 07:20 PST
Just be brave..go to her and try to ask here out.
Is she is not interested...buddy, find another one even you you really
like her...that's life.
Subject: Re: Dating and Relationships
From: deano206-ga on 17 Feb 2006 12:29 PST
Just wanted to second "Ask her out. If she says no, move on."

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