Re: How should I proceed with this girl?
I think what happened here is that momentum was lost. It's happened to me plenty of times. And I HATE it. Because you can have good game, but if you lose momentum it's difficult to get back. It becomes stale. The whole back and forth constantly and doing the same tactics to try and meet up together. She gets bored!
My suggestion is to try a different approach. Something to really pull at an emotional string in her. A sense of urgency maybe. I'm kind of thinking out loud lol. Maybe starting some drama? It's worked for me before. But it's a tricky skill.
I had a woman I was casually dating start flaking on me. It lasted for about two months and I got fed up. I got this idea "When I act cool about everything then she does whatever to treat me poorly. Because she knows I'm cool with everything. She'd probably try harder for a guy that she knows will walk out on her if she pulls that stuff." So one night I bumped into her at the club and I dismissed her. Waved my hand at her as if to say "Go away. I don't want you." And my face was DEAD serious. She got so mad and walked away. With a sourpuss face the rest of the night. I was still having a good time WITHOUT HER.
When she left she text me "Have a goodnight asshole." I smiled because this is actually the first time she has ever initiated text with me. Up to that point I had difficulty just getting her to respond to mine. I responded, "Thanks. You to." Then she let it out:
Her: "I didn't do anything for you to act that way."
Me: "One word. Zoo." (She flaked 3 times to go to the zoo.)
Her: "I told you I was busy blah blah blah" (any response is good in my eyes. The fact that she is explaining herself is good.)
Me: "Look, I made a real effort to show you that I think your special and not just a sidepiece. But I'm no ones puppy dog and can only chase for so long."
Some more convo similar in tone. But I kid you not, I saw her at least 3 times the next 2 weeks. My mind was BLOWN. Now I know that you can't always be cool with everything. You have to have that "fed up" point ya know. This response ended up being longer than I thought lol. Hope this helps and good luck.
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