What's up again, players?! I have two questions.
So a few months ago, I approached a girl that was catching her bus. We chatted and connected a bit, so we exchange numbers. We met up some weeks later and went for drinks one night. We hooked up that same night and it was fun while it lasted.
We still kept in contact and I attempted to meet up with her again once or twice after but was unsuccessful despite us making plans. The last time I tried, she ended up going out with some friends and she didn't respond to me until after saying "Sorry, I just got done dinner with classmates". I said it was okay, I just ended up being with a friend that night. But I guess since she didn't respond to that, I flat out stopped texting her out of frustration nor did she re initiate with me so I left it at that. This was about 2-3 months ago.
So normally, I let these kind of things go now because I never allow myself to get hung up on women anymore. I went through a huge changing point last year where I greatly developed my inner game and started considering myself a high value man (something I struggled with for a long time); to which I can happily say that my success with woman increased because of it. But thinking back on last year, I've begun to feel like I tend to give up easier now because of it. I don't want to stop pursuing a girl because of one or even a few rough patches, but I'm not a doormat either, you know? Lol. And with this particular girl, I feel like I pulled the plug too soon or maybe it was buyers remorse on her behalf. I don't know.
Anyway, my questions are.
1. Should I reinitiate with the girl or leave it alone? if yes, how so? I never turned back to a girl after months of no communication, so I'm a little shy with it.
2. Which goes along with the first question, how far should you go for a girl before throwing in the towel? I understand that persistence is key, but there comes a point IMO where a girl could be just using and/or shitting on you (not literally) so much to the point that she's no longer worth the effort. In the case of this girl I almost doubt it, but regardless I'm more interested in the lesson than I am with her. I feel like I may be missing something and I need to learn and understand where to draw the line for myself. How do you guys handle these situations?