There's no reason to ask her what happened – because happened.

If you had offended her, she wouldn't have responded to your texts.

Although we never met, we occasionally texted each other for fun. We went to dinner and a movie, and at the end of the date we kissed, and she even pulled me back in for a second one.

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From the start of this column, I've quoted my friend Danielle, who doesn't believe that anyone is ever too busy to seek out what they want. This woman is allowing herself to be too busy for another date because she doesn't want it enough.

If you need someone who'll make you – and dating – a priority, let her be and move on.

Long story short, over the next two weeks I asked her to go out on three occasions and each time she replied, "I'm busy then, but how about [blank]? Normally I would accept this as a brush off and move on, but that great first date and the fact we kissed twice (which I feel you wouldn't do if you knew you didn't want to see the person again) has left me confused.

It's possible she actually is busy, but odds are she doesn't want a second date, but it begs the question why?

We sat down at the bar for a beer at a nice little place she suggested, and were laughing and leaning in towards each other.

Within the first hour, I decided to say what I never say in the middle of the date unless it’s positively going perfectly: “I am having a wonderful time and really want to kiss you right now.” Her answer laid the groundwork for our relationship: “I’ve been waiting 25 minutes for you to say that.” We went on to continue the date for another two hours.

– Hopeless She might not want a second date for the same reason she was OK with those aimless messages in 2013.

You weren't stressed out about connecting back then, right? As for your perfect date, she probably liked spending time with you, but not enough to rearrange her schedule.

I make time to go for a run nearly every night, why?