You search frantically for the man who was “hot” on you.
He must still feel that way — he just doesn’t know it.
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.
He's been holding back pursuing you in a traditional wanna-be-yer-boyfriend-way because you told him you weren’t ready for that. · Do you want to try out an exclusive arrangement so that you can build trust in order to get to know each other better? By dating him, you’re not promising to spend the rest of your life with him, you’re just agreeing to the next date. But every time I try talking to a girl, getting close to a girl, or try to take “dating” to the next level, it never works out. My question is, what do you do if you’re dating a narcissist? It seems like every relationship I start, it’s all about what HE wants to do, or what HE wants to talk about, which is usually himself. What’s your advice when you’re dating a selfish man? He seems like he isn’t interested in maintaining our relationship anymore and I’m not sure why.
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?
It’s because you gave him the opportunity to step up and that revealed that he’s not the right guy for you – that’s good information for him and for you.