Why are women sooo cryptic.
Posted Thu Nov 19, 2009 09:49 PM
as some of you know I went thru a breakup last month. 3 yrs together etc etc.
I've gotten close to this girl, I mean very close as in we talk every day, we meet up regularly etc. Not dating cause she's going thru the same thing I am at tge moment. But she's 8 months pregnant.
My question is she says stuff to me like: "we'll make sure my son is brought up right" and "you should be friends with someone before you date and if ur sure, go for it".
Now my question is could she be looking for more than friendship? I'm not good at picking up hints, it took me a month to figure my ex was flirting with me lol.
I would love for something to happen between us, because I've always liked her in that way, but I don't want to ruin what we have at tge moment, specially since we have a holiday planned next yr, me her and baby.
Posted Thu Nov 19, 2009 09:58 PM
and the reason they're cryptic is to make life fun man
Posted Thu Nov 19, 2009 11:26 PM
Posted Fri Nov 20, 2009 01:21 AM
okay, i will explain this.....tits, tires, boats, food, and beer.
thats all any girl should need to know about guys.
Posted Fri Nov 20, 2009 01:29 AM
I can read women like books, but like dotbar said, I'm a total loss with men. From the quotes you gave, it's really hard to say. My above comment is based on the situation. I would be devastated (by the breakup) and overwhelmed (at the thought of trying to raise a child by myself) if my relationship ended while I was pregnant.
Be honest, but cautious, because she's pregnant. There are a ton of hormones raging and could so easily have not only emotional, but physical repercussions from stress.
Have you two kissed or done anything in the romance department? If so, it shouldn't be cryptic to you. If not, I'd try to keep things firmly in that category she said - friends, but with the possibility of more. If you decide that you want more than friendship, be prepared to allow her a lot of time to recover, because she will go through a lot of changes for many months. That would be a really bad time to start a relationship - just read the threads from people about life after the birth of a baby.
Posted Fri Nov 20, 2009 02:23 AM
Posted Fri Nov 20, 2009 04:26 AM
Again sound advice. I don't think I'll make a move just yet as I don't want us to be each others rebound and for us to effect the friendship we have at the moment. Were due to go away like I said and I think that's gonna be when we'll both find out if it's meant to be? That a good idea? I'm in 2 minds about it.
Posted Fri Nov 20, 2009 09:50 AM