My "girlfriend" is mad at me. I want to know about some good ways to make it up to her. Keep in mind, she is very reserved. We haven't even started holding hands yet, much less kissed each other. Our relationship is still in the early stages, so she is not even sure that we can be called "boyfriend and girlfriend".
She is not the type of person you can sweet talk, especially when she is mad. I still don't know her well enough to know what things she likes. Aside from chocolate.
Well, now for some background. She gave me some "confidential" information. She had gotten in trouble at work (we work at the same store). The next night, I was talking with a friend of mine, and he brought up the rumors that she got in trouble. I was unprepared for him to ask me, and he was a good friend. I actually thought little about telling him the truth. All I did was set the record straight.
Then that friend talked to her (they work in the same department, but different shifts.). Now She is not talking to me.
I've tried calling her, and apologizing repeatedly, but she left me a txt message, to stop calling her. That she will call me, when she is ready to talk.
When she is ready to talk, I want to make it up to her, any ideas?
If I was you, I'd leave it for now. She seems very reserved, and might not appreciate you being too forward with her. Just give her some time to cool down. She'll call if/when she's ready.
Radiation is good.............
16th September 2006
i dont meen to sound rude, but your 22, your fighting about telling something to someone, all do respect, grow up your not in 4th grade your in the real world, tell her to snap outa it :)
SpaZy;3969524i dont meen to sound rude, but your 22, your fighting about telling something to someone, all do respect, grow up your not in 4th grade your in the real world, tell her to snap outa it :)
For the very first time ever in my life I agree with SpaZy on something. I can't even figure out why you call her your "girlfriend" when you've not even slipped her the tongue. Dude. Tell her to grow up and fuck off. Get yourself a real woman.
You need to give her a slap across the face, and let her know who's boss.
Naw, in all seriousness, when she's ready to talk to you again you need to sit her down and tell her that what you said was said with her best interests at heart. I don't know what was said (and I wouldn't advise posting what was said either) but it could be that your friend had got the wrong end of the stick, and you were simply defending her. Just tell her you're really sorry and that you'd do anything to turn back time and stop you making the mistake in the first place. Just keep it calm, be completely honest and understanding, and, finally, fucking get it on with her already, aha.
I suppose we could get a more accurate point of view on this if you told us exactly what was said.
If you and her are having " shit happens " at the start of your relationship if that´s how you can call it,dump her.
Echonomix;3969577You need to give her a slap across the face, and let her know who's boss.
Lol! Anyway... I would barely call that a relgionship if you cant class yourself as boyfriend or girlfriend or hold hands or kiss... Just leave her and next morning during your shift write "Your a slag" on all her things. But really... She obviously isn't ready for that thing, just find someone else.
Tell her you said what you did in a way of clearing up alligations (sp?) against her, you didnt mean it in a bad way. Anyway it seems kind of childish, im guessing she isnt much younger than you so she needs to pucker up and enter reality. Truth is, guys are arseholes :rolleyes:
When she's ready to talk?
If you let her make up her mind by herself, she's probably gonna envision a future which you ain't a part of (at least romantically, though, that's just my personal estimation). Just let her know you're sorry and it was a slip of tongue, and that now in retrospect you realize you broke an important promise and that you understand how important it was for her. For added effect you could say something about how you defiled her trust or something ridiculous like that. It's basically sweet talking, only made believable way (saying stuff like this usually gets me out of a pinch). Only problem is that you either: a) have to be a good actor or b) actually care.
And, yeah, I'm afraid that you're not in position yet to call it a relationship as much as a possible relationship (it's obviously someone you care for, but you haven't started going out yet), so it's kinda odd that you've fucked it up already, but I guess no one's perfect. If she's into you too (I hope you're at least clear on that level), then a single rose wouldn't harm when you're delivering your apology [keep eye contact].
That's about it. Although I have to jump on the bandwagon; she seems spoiled and she's obviously overreacting, those kinda people aren't ones you would want to be involved with, but I guess you can't change how ya feel, so I won't bother ya more on that.