God just keep your distance from her and be there to support her when she needs it, because the story goes like this. you get with her you start falling for her, you take in the baby as your own as a stepkid, the divorce is finalized, you are off in your merry ways, then some time later the ex starts calling, starts spending time with the kid, then she becomes confused because the ex is now caring and all her old feelings are popping up..
She doesn't want to refer to you as her boyfriend 4 months in, but it happy to call it exclusive and call you her "man" (what on earth is the difference??), she wants to hang out with her ex, and she made out with another guy..
We had a date arranged for late Tuesday but she had to postpone due to her work placement..
But I'll say this: "wallbra" is a very unique tag. lol.
You can be indifferent, You can answer only after a few hours, giving vague replies, not committing to anything, and not showing too much affection. Not because you're playing games, but because this is how you feel and you don't trust her enough to share that with her..
no, there are WAY worse... (n).
I am a female and my best friend is a male (I'll call him Greg). We've been friends for years. When Greg and I first met, we were both single. We went out a couple of times, but instead of developing a sexual relationship, we developed a friendship..
Are you suggesting I shouldn't message her and let her get in touch with me? Or is it okay to reach out tomorrow. I was going to put some intrigue into the message, like hey "I found something interesting that I'm going to show you on Wednesday, exclusive to sidekicks only..".