Guy unsure dating
His response was fine, that he was willing to wait. For me, it’s hard to believe because he hasn’t really shown me that and we haven’t spent a lot of quality romantic time together. In fact, the answer doesn’t even matter IF you're not in love with him.
So we continue casually talking, having lunch dates, and occasionally hooking up. My question is: How do I tell if his feelings for me are real? When someone comes on strong and expresses his devotion to you, it’s easy to fall under the romantic spell this infatuation weaves.
Anyway, I try to think about what you’ve said about your wife, how at the beginning she wasn’t the type of girl you were used to dating…
And I’ve followed every step you talk about when it comes to her, “to be cool, calm, and collected…”From day one, this guy and I had a great chemistry, in the sense that we truly enjoy each other’s company.
No, not the guy who said all of these offensive things or treated a woman disrespectfully.
And then show him, through smiles and thank you’s, that his efforts and gestures are well received. But the bottom line is, I’m just not very good with “relationships” or dating in general.
Let me tell you what I know about the men in the dating scene who come on STRONG… Can you help give me a clue on how to be more successful with the ladies?
Me: Say a man I am dating is not ready in the first way, meaning that he needs time to move at his own pace. Paul: There are a lot of things a woman can do to help a man who is not quite ready, but she will never be able to snap her fingers and declare “Be ready! I’m not saying she should ignore him or give him the kind of cold-shoulder action that “needing space” can sometimes imply.
I mean let him take the initiative, and in the meantime, plan time for friends, family, and hobbies—pull your laser focus off of him for a while.
But now I’m extremely puzzled and need your advice.