Do what feels right for you – there’s no obligation to respond if you don’t want to.When you’ve started communicating Guided communication is there to help you find out more about a match so that you can make an informed decision about taking things further.During those early dates most people will be on their best behaviour and will only give you a limited view of who they are.Further down the line you’ll begin to see their real character, attitudes and behaviour.
Now I don’t know if she did any of this deliberately, but this is the rough sketch of what happened, which I will break down into the steps you may want to take for your own nefarious purposes: 1) Spend more time with the target.
If it’s possible, set up a brief meeting (maybe for coffee during the day) then you can both decide if there’s enough connection between you to want to go on an actual date.
If there’s no connection, finish your coffee and bring the conversation to a close.
First of all, we started spending more time together.
This is probably the key ingredient: lots of casual, friendly contact. Add to that fun activities and stimulating conversation, and you are consistently sending interest levels upwards.
And in the process of sharing your secrets with another person, you’re doing the cardinal thing that establishes trust between two people: . Because these men are nominally a burden on her (she’s not into these dudes, ick!