Or what if you had mentioned to the endless-texter a cool new hiking spot you’ve discovered?
The worst he could have said is no (Are you sensing a theme here? In either case, both could be passed off as you simply being friendly and trying to make a connection with someone, no defence mechanism included.
I’ve written many articles on reading the signs of whether or not a man is into you as more than a friend, and that advice is especially applicable when determining whether or not to take the dating initiative with a certain man. There are many signs you can look for that can easily point to a man who’s just as interested and also just as fearful of making the first move.
Maybe even suggest a new “must” in your city as something on your bucket list and see if he takes the bait by suggesting you both go there together.
Taking action doesn’t necessarily need to be done in an “aggressive” manner.
But much like any other part of life – be it work, a favourite activity of yours, or moving to a new city – the greatest rewards often come with some initial risk.
Before taking the leap, mentally prepare yourself for the possibility of rejection. Strike up a conversation with the cutie at the bar, and ask him to hold your drink while you “dig” in your purse for something.
If you’ve felt that your love life has been pretty quiet the past few months, can you think of at least five instances in the past five months where you could have struck up a conversation with a guy but didn’t?