No chemistry on the first two-three dates.
I contacted her first as part of my work and I found myself wishing to contact her again. I found her on place like myspace and we started communicating first there and later on the phone. She seemed to be excited to see me and urged me to visit her in her town. Everything was full of romance and tenderness before I visited her, I made her laugh a lot and we had really good time together talking on the phone. She’s three years older, still married but living apart and is about to divorce.
The first date was very quick as I had to leave for Germany and we met at the airport for about an hour. It seemed to me then that she liked me as she was first who kissed me and started talking about my moving to her town. I was very excited and looking forward to finishing my business trip and seeing her again. There were three more dates. On the last one she acted kind of weird keeping me on distance. When I called her from a train on my way back to my town she told me that she’s got no feelings for me, and that she feels bad about letting her do things to me which could have given wrong message and hope to me, that all we have now is just friendship and some attraction on her part. She also said that she hoped that the feelings will be there when she’s visiting me in my town. When I said that I don’t like the idea of dating a woman with no feelings toward me she asked me to wait and at the same time she told me not to have any particular expectations.
I am back now and called her yesterday but I didn’t feel up to having a nice talk like the one we had before. I clearly feel that her attitude has changed. Now, I don’t know what to do, I think that I should break this relationship as with time it will take more to recover. What do you think I should do?
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