If you are wondering what to do when she says she can’t see you as more than friends, you will usually have your work cut out for you to get her to change her mind. After the anger and sadness of hearing a girl say that she can’t see you as more than friends wear off, you need to try and come up with a game plan.
- The first thing to do is to try and find out why she doesn’t want you as a boyfriend. If you can figure this out, you will have a better chance to win her over. When she says she can’t see you as more than friends, maybe she is scared to commit, or maybe she likes someone else. Your job is to find out the reason, to see if it is worth your time to go after her.
- Once you find out the reason she only wants to be friends, try to fix the problem. If she likes someone else, you may have to let that relationship run its course. But if she says she can’t see you as more than friends because of your job or appearance, those are things you can work on if you want to get her to change her mind.
- Be persistent and you might win her over. Some girls like to play hard to get, to see how much you really like them. So when she says she can’t see you as more than friends, do not necessarily throw in the towel. Be nice whenever you see her, and after a few weeks try asking her out for dinner. If she says no, it may be time to move on.
- If you can make her jealous, you may improve your chances. Try going out with a different girl, then make sure the one who turned you down finds out about it. Since she says she can’t see you as more than friends, if she does become jealous she might really be playing hard to get. Ask her out again, and see if she changes her mind.
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