This is where problems usually begin; not in the asking, but in the reaction to the answer.
Let's say you've met a great girl, and you want to spend more time with her. Just make sure you keep the following recommendations in mind.1. The easiest way to find out is to be direct: "Do you have a boyfriend? " If she says she doesn't have a boyfriend, or that she is single, just ask her out normally. I just want to get to know you better, and figure out why an awesome girl like you would stay with someone who doesn't make her completely happy. ""Look, maybe I'm being arrogant here and you can tell me to mind my own business if you wish, but you don't seem to be all that sure about how you feel about this guy. And if she seems to be stringing you along, for example, she says she wants you around, but she stays with her boyfriend nonetheless, move on. If she seems to really like you, demand that she break off the relationship before you do anything with her.
Another approach is to give her your contact information, telling her it's just in case she becomes single. If things don't work out between you and that guy, call me and I'll take you out to dinner." If she's loyal to her relationship, or simply not interested, she'll throw your contact information away.
Next time it could be you at the receiving end of her unfaithfulness.
Of course, it also depends on circumstances like where you met her, how you know each other, and if you have common friends.
There are four main ways you can easily find out if she has a boyfriend or not.
Just think of it this way: you've done no harm by trying. Continue to remind her that you want to date her, you don't just want to be her friend (that is, you don't want to wait in the wings).
Every time we went out it just got better and better and he was not expecting that.He said I am the finest woman that has come into his life and I will always be special for that.I came into his life at a very trying time and I lifted his spirits, put him in a better place and kept him on track. He was looking for something negative that would help him to make his decision but he couldn't find anything.We communicated a few times after that via email, text, phone..even made a future date..over that week he became busy at work (which is believable) We still communicated but when it got closer to the day of our date.
He said we needed to talk...obviously that was not good.But what if she's seeing someone else, or is in a serious relationship? Try to find out how serious she is about the person she's dating. Just because she's gone on a few dates with someone doesn't mean she can't go on a date with someone else. If she's in a relationship, one thing you can do is be bold and ask her if she's happy. If you sense any hesitation, ask her out, making sure to let her know you won't overstep any boundaries. A girl like you should be with someone whom she's passionate about. Unless you're content being someone's backup, don't put yourself in line for being hurt; realize that even if they do break up at some point, she might decide "I don't want to ruin our friendship" or she just might want to be single for a while. If she cheats on him with you, not only is that pretty low on your part, but that brings her entire trustworthiness into question.