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    KevinB27 is offline Aspiring PUA
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    Default Ex Target at Work

    Hi, this is my first post. I need advice.
    I really like this girl at work. We don't work in same area. She's same age as me, but she's less mature, as you'll see. She comes of as very inexperienced and childish. Always seeking attention. But she has attractive qualities, especially a nice body.
    We got off to a great start, and quickly became good friends. We would talk about seeing each other outside of work, but she couldn't commit. My feeling was that she was too scared to date. She's never done it before. There is definitely attraction. I always felt some Tension. She was nervous.
    A week ago, I thought enough was enough, it'd be time to pull back to give her a shock to the system. What some call "Freeze Out". She promised to give me a free music lesson, she's part time music tutor, and I called her out on it. Asked her to do it after work. She blew me off saying that she had class, and to wait until she's completed her semester, which was weeks away. She said it in a way that she could keep me on a string.
    I stopped talking to her. I didn't show anger or look upset, I just backed off. She asked me if I was fine, and I said yes. That's it. This pissed her off. She reverted back to her childish state, and started to really ignore me, aggressively. Look away when I walked by her desk, pretend I wasn't there when it was the group talking. These were all things to get a reaction of me. She would talk to someone next to me. Walk away when I spoke to someone next to her. Unfriended me on Facebook. I've never seen a girl act this bad. After all we've been through, it's like she was just looking for a reason to do all this.
    ADVICE PLEASE? You may say don't ever see her again, and you'd probably be right, but my fear is that it'll only make her angrier and vindictive.
    My instinct is to continue to not react to her bull shit, and just be happy go lucky as I am. She'll eventually get tired of it.
    I have a hard time giving you all the details, but I will respond to your questions.

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    Default Re: Ex Target at Work

    Would you classify her as an ex? or just a girl you'd like to date or just casually bang?

    Since there was no sort of dating relationship here, it's likely that the rapport isn't as well established to a point that would hook her in.

    What you should do is apply solid pua techniques to initiate interest and over time this will build the attraction she has for you. You are right on , do not react to her bullshit.


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