Rick writes, “A woman stole my heart and I literally do not even know her name. I mean if I were to go to the police to lodge a report of theft I wouldn’t be able to tell them who the thief is. Well, joking aside, something along these lines happened to me this weekend at a friend’s house. A bunch of people were there and we were all having a good time. Everyone was jovial and friendly but some time during the middle of the party, I noticed that a woman kept noticing me. No one has ever looked at me with so much intensity. I completely freaked out and got so nervous that I did not even smile back at her. Naturally, she left and later on I did too but she has not disappeared from my memory since then. Looking at the situation from her angle I am trying to imagine that she must be thinking that she tried several times to get near enough to me to talk to her but I just did not respond. She must be arguing in her head that ‘I even separated myself from my friends and approached him several times, I looked at him so many times I just about made a fool out of myself – and he took none of the bait.’ Now mind you, I was a gentleman all along and did the best I could, including helping her bring dishes back to the kitchen when I saw her doing that. So then again not only did I miss the opportunity for introductions and exchanging phone numbers, but I may have also given her the impression that I wasn’t interested — and that is not the case at all. I am not hopeful that our host will be helpful because I heard her say in an unrelated conversation that she was married. Do you believe in people giving off energy — do you think we both felt each others energy — and that is what made us drawn to each other? I believe we were both equally giving off something toward each other and we could both feel it.”
As you said, maybe she felt a bit letdown by you. And obviously, there could have been so many other reasons that she did not come on to you herself. Yes, I wouldn’t be surprised that the host does not even mention to her that you showed interest in her. It was probably a non-event for them.
I am glad you asked about people giving off energy. The scientists call it the sixth sense and I am starting to believe in it. You know it is the feeling that you have when someone is looking at you. It is something you can sense even if you are stuck in traffic on a highway or at a huge crowd. Some type of communication happens between two human beings that is beyond their other five senses. My conclusion is that you both sensed that.
At this stage, it is not all over yet, and there is still hope. It is very likely that you will see her back at the same friend’s house some time in the future. All you have to do is to make sure that you keep in touch with them and find time to attend any party that they invite you to. Obviously, if you see her again, this time you have to make introductions.