Been dating for 3 months now no need for dinner dating
Wait it out for a few weeks, get back in touch, and try to let the "connection" she was talking about happen naturally by casually seeing her and having a good time (if she's up for this).
Thanks a lot for taking the time to read this, and for any suggestions.
She thought we had so many things in common and that I treated her exactly as she'd want someone to treat her.
Wait it out with 3 weeks of NC (or more) and then meet up with her for the talk.3.It seemed like she went into the conversation determined to end things and I wasn't going to jump on a pity offering that could have come out of weakness at the time.In order to give you a full understanding about things, here are a few more points that I feel I should add to the conversation:- There was definitely a great physical connection between us.It was slightly more complicated in that when we met she had a boyfriend, but she wasn't happy and we really connected on all levels.She left him at the weekend, went to my place, but broke down the next morning because she missed him.