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If you’re lucky you may get asked to hang out again, ooohhh boy hang out sesh number two!
People are so afraid of seeming needy, or standoffish, or too serious, that they end up performing an incredibly awkward tango of overly thought out actions and reactions. Overly edited or staged photos inevitably lead to disappointment.
Are you going out for dinner or chilling at his buddies sipping beer?
Are you potential friends, or potentially more than friends? No one knows, and there begins the overthinking game where you find yourself over or under hyping the whole experience.
After the first date, you don’t want to text him first and he doesn’t want to text you too soon. It’s natural to want to put forward the best version of yourself, but people need to realize they’re setting the bar a wee bit too high.