Dating things talk
What have you done, what have you watched, bought anything, gone anywhere? And when you do, ensure you are doing an activity so there is no awkward silences on the event you still can't find things to talk about. And remember, the conversation is not all up to you...
Once you've talked about all the basics of your life you need to talk about current stuff too, or you will run out of things to say. I'm sure she has stuff to talk about as well.ahhhh..d dilemma.dunno if this will works out for u but some tips from me would be change any jokes u found on d net when she's at work or something..to cut the chat short so u hv more stuff to talk about next time u online.just tell her any random things u hv in mind all day.i can say that i somewhat agree with above poster, sometimes when u waited too long, things aint goin nowhere.
It's like when you meet someone you have one thing in common with - eg. You shouldn't be running out of things to say, with the right person. Ahhh gotta remember when me n my boyfriend sometimes feels like we r running out of things to talk about, we used to play internet solitaire when we were apart whilst we both at work lol..quite fun to do cos sometimes we just doesnt feel like talking.when we have random stuff goin on in our head, we will quickly tell each other about n then it would become a conversation, n it leads to another conversation bla bla bla..i know sounds weird but works for us hehehe.
"It is possible, however, that you are currently in a mutually beneficial, casual hook-up situation. Spend some time thinking about whether or not the relationship is just fine for you as it is.
Most of us feel an immediate sense of dread at the thought of broaching the topic of "what are we?
" with those we're hooking up with or casually dating.
The class ends and you have nothing much else to say, except talking about the past. Also, it depends on what you think the grey areas are. On the other hand I've gone out with people hwere the conversation flowed all night long, easily. When it's the right person you could talk for days on end and still want more. Before you two meet you may want to make mental notes of things you are going to want to talk about. If you want things to work with this woman you'll probably have to open up a bit and maybe even go into those 'grey' areas. Mark in Williamsport, PA (aka Lifecaster1)Yes, meet her so you have a "real" person to connect with... If you truly have nothing left to say to each other, it's possible you're not meant to be.
Unless you just want to skim the surface of your life you will have to go a bit deeper at some point. Just being in their presence brings you contentment. I hope it is just nerves that is causing the conversation to dry up. A little teasing, a story about a family member leads to another story..just happens. I think it's a matter of taking it to the next level as some suggest...you are hanging out in person doing an activity it's ok just to have that silent time to enjoy one another's company. good luck Hey Bikeman...here's the deal...small talk will only get you so far. If you two don't feel comfortable doing that after a month..then I'm guessing that for whatever reason..just isn't there. And like someone said, hopefully her trip will give you more to talk about... If for want of everything else, talk about those topics or things that interest you - it's one sure way to find out if she is the one you are looking for... I can sympathise with you though, i'm not a great phone conversationalist either, but i can talk someones ear off in person (hypothetically of course) Relationships progress in little steps, and you're still taking baby ones!