Within this year I have dated a few guys.
I just met a guy online. We were chatting back and forth for about two weeks and had our first date last Tuesday.
Our second date was last Friday and he has been the one initiating texting conversations and planning the dates. We are going hiking today and to Medieval Times this Friday. Just the other day he told me a few things that he liked about me. And it really does seem like he does.
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But it always seems that way with his I like in the beginning. How do I keep myself from thinking too much into it this early?
I know I need to just be myself and continue living my life. I have two other dates with two other guys this week, but I have never experienced this kind of closeness i. I find the best dating formula is when guy is far more into you than you are him.
Just keep allowing him to lead, be who you are, and go into it with zero expectations that it will evolve into anything meaningful. The fact that your dating should HELP with this because it keeps you busy and focused on other things and not him. Keeping busy, relaxed, calm and cool during the initial phase while paying close attention to his ACTIONS, not words alone, is critical so not to get overly invested too soon.
Act like a Lady, but think like man: IF that special lady happens to come along who he continues to create pleasurable [non-sexual] memories with over a period of time months on avg.
I am certain I can do this. So far his actions are showing interest.
He is the one who plans our next date while in the middle of a date, wraps his arms around me, kissed me on our second date, told his brother about me on our second date…So I need to keep myself focused on the rest of my life as I was. I have no reason to worry and I just need to focus on that.
It is so strange to have such a strong connection with someone and not want more from it.
I am willing to try. Just by you fearing that the relationship may go down that road, your attitude will take you down that road. Chill out and enjoy the ride. Yeah, I know it sounds like a cliche but!
After all, if things go wrong, there will be time for you to feel sad then. No need to feel sad now anticipating the bad stuff. It takes twice the effort!
Besides, I hardly believe you would ever feel more heartbroken for opening up and investing in a relationship. My personal experience is that the opposite holds true.
Not cool at all. I have this issue too.
I changed it though by actively changing my way of thinking. Take it one date at a time.
Read the article on here 5 ways to ruin a budding relationship. Maybe a couple times so it sinks in. Ali hit the nail on the head.
This is how men view dating btw.
Only their actions will tell you that. I invest WAY too much, too soon.
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