Didn't call back

Visitor's Question from a 41-50 year old Female
I met a guy online and he had called me numerous times throughout the week, then he asked me out for a drink. We went out, laughed and really enjoyed each other. He kept telling me he was glad to finally meet me, full of compliments all night. When we parted he kissed me and hugged me and asked if I had a nice time I told him I did. HOWEVER, in parting he never said anything like, "I'll call you, or "When can I see you again?". He did call me baby when he told me goodbye. He never called me today, but he did revisit the site today where he found me, and checked out my profile again. I also sent him an email telling him yes I did have a nice time and told him to have a great day. He is not big on emails. But havent heard from him...am I like being paranoid that maybe he did not like me as much as I liked him, or do you think I will hear from him again...and men at work today told me to call him in a couple of days, I disagree with that. HELP!!! I have been unattached for over 4 years...went thru some trauma, long story and just did not want to date, and always had the wrong men...I am of age, that I have become picky and dont want to be hurt anymore...dated quite a bit, but gotta tell ya I think this guy could be it???? HELPPPPPPPPP!!!


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It does appear that the ball is in your court if you want to continue a relationship. So, ask him out... you have nothing to lose.

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