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After their evening together, Midge goes to call a cab and they share this exchange as she is walking away.
Introduction: how to ask a girl out on a date
Alright, it can be suuuuper awkward… which is why ghosting someone can seem like the better option. Oftentimes, we worry about how we might be perceived by the other person when we express our feelings. Is there a way to tell them how I feel without making them feel rejected? This approach is a little gentler than some of the others we suggest, and it leaves the opportunity for a friendship.
And we know it sounds cliche but honestly, it beats a total ghosting where you say nothing at all. Or, maybe this is just a turbulent time in your life. This text is perfect for those who are realizing that they might need some time to discover themselves a little more before jumping into a relationship.
It closes the door for that person to reach out again and it also indicates that your priorities have changed. Maybe it was because they said they like pineapple on pizza, or maybe it was their offensive tattoo.
Maybe the date was amazing. Maybe they were great company and you had a great time.
Or maybe you appreciate all the time and effort they put into planning such a thoughtful date! Maybe you met them and you had completely different views on things. Or maybe their profile said they loved the mountains and you had a rock climbing adventure in mind while they just wanted a stroll in a wooded area.
It happens! Better to be honest about it and move on! Or have you ever dated a marathon runner?
This text is perfect for realizing that your lifestyles might not be a great fit. This one is for the people who are starting to date again after being in a relationship.
Dating can be hard, especially coming out of a breakup. Wanna learn how to practice self-compassion before jumping back in? Totally cool.
Focus on yourself. Take your time.
Leave them with a laugh and make a graceful exit. Dating can be hard. Xoxo, DiveThru. Want to improve your mental health, but don't know where to start? Download the DiveThru App.