I'm a very shy girl and have trouble making friends. A few years ago, I
joined this site where I could make friends from the city I live, but
most of them changed their minds about wanting to meet me.
I heard good things about girl 1 so I thought I'd ask her if she would
like to meet up to see if we click and she said she would love to. On
the day, she asked if we could meet the day afterwards because she had
another friend who wanted to meet me who was a little girl and I said
"That sounds really cool, but I already have plans that day. She sounds
cute haha. Does she know me?" (Of course she didn't know me because she
wanted to meet me, but that didn't cross my mind at the time) and girl 1
told me a bit about her and then said that she woke up with a head ache
and asked if we could meet some other time.
I met up with a different girl a while after this, girl 2, and we got
along well. She was really cool and even someone I'd want to be close
friends with and she might have as well because she said that even if I
didn't choose her to be buddies, she'd still be happy to go to a gallery
with me. The next day she asked if I would like to be buddies and I
said that I would love to and she was like that's great. I also said
that I'd be able to go to the gallery with her and asked her where it
was and she told me but just a little while before I was going to leave,
she told me she wasn't feeling well and if we could catch up next week.
Girl 3 messaged me asking if I wanted to meet up and I told her that I
remembered her from school and said I would like to, but on the day she
told me her car wasn't working.
There have been a few people that have been happy to hang out with me,
but we didn't click super well (I still thought they were nice though).
There were more people than these three people who changed their mind
about wanting to see me though. It's not that I think people should have
to hang out with me, it just makes me kind of worried that people
change their minds because I feel like I must be doing something wrong,
but I don't know what. Do you think they just thought we wouldn't click
super well, or should I be worried?