this is a new one for me.
Met a lady during daytime, at a place where I usually go pretty much everytime.
There is an insane amount of "chemistry" between us. Seriously, it had never happened before with me (full, brute honesty side-to-side and a feeling of "nothing can go wrong" that is just incredibly alpha). The freakiest is that she feels the same way. She actually said it: "Even though we've only known each other for little time, it feels like I've known you forever".
This doesn't happen often, I reckon. We both feel incredibly confortable with each other. I'm not afraid of being "friendzoned", lets use this expression, as I find it impossible to make friends with the opposite sex. There's always too much sexual Tension and I'm not a fan of talking too much about myself.
The problem is, she just went off from a long relationship. She said she wasn't ready for dating, getting into a new relationship. We've gone on a date, and everything went well. A lot of things happened since, which IMO are leading to her retracting herself a bit, probably realising she's having too much of a good time with me and she's not in "the zone"
Well, I've always been really impulsive. If something feels right it usually is right. I've negged her once and I am making sure that I skip most of her invitations to go out with "her group". I'm still not sure if it's not counterproductive (might need your advice here), but I always think that the least I say and the more efficient I am, the less chances I have of making mistakes. Going out with her and "a group" is a double-edged sword:
a) I may show her how much of a social leader I can be, which in fact is attractive.
b) I may end up seen as just another part of her group of friends.
And to avoid b), I avoid a)
At the moment this isn't going anywhere specific with my persistence, so I reckon, in order to avoid suffocating her (which is what she doesn't want to feel), I might as well give her time off from me. I've already shown her how good we are together, she only needs to realise it by herself now.
What do you guys think I should do to make her overcome the hiatus from relationship-esque situations she wants?