Not only does this give you and them! Actually, that goes for everything in the relationship.
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Be sincere about it, and cop to really liking them, but also wanting to enjoy it and see how it goes. A person worthy of becoming your full-time lover will appreciate it.
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Using your words will usually work. Falling for someone is a great feeling, but it can be scary. This is actually a really good thread. My understanding has been enlightened to the fact that "fast or slow" is a matter of compatibility. That helps me a lot with the new relationship that I just entered.
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I've realized how to talk to my date about how things should progress in the future and what to expect. I think it depends on the maturity level of the people involved. Immature people tend to confuse infatuation with love, so they look for that instant attraction and "chemistry". Sometimes that can turn into a relationship, usually it doesn't.
But if it does, it's generally a function of luck, not some magical love at first sight. I usually call this "teenage love", because it's the kind of thing we all go through at that age. As you mature, you realize that emotional intimacy is far more important than instant attraction or chemistry. So mature people tend to go more slowly and get to know someone on the inside before they make a commitment; falling in love is a slow process based on realizing they have shared values and compatible lifestyles. Physical attraction is a given, because you wouldn't waste either of your time by dating someone you aren't physically attracted to.
As you grow up, you realize that relationships that heat up quickly also cool off quickly, and those that develop slowly tend to last. You can see this in the attitude people have to relationships: As you grow up, you realize that you can date pretty much anyone who isn't totally repulsive for months. Maturity isn't necessarily a function of age; I know many immature 40 year olds!
And of course, people who are at different levels of maturity are NOT compatible. Last edited by EasyHeart; 23rd October at Originally Posted by EasyHeart. I can never tell if it's normal for a guy not to be sure and to be on the fence for say the first month of dating I don't think I could be happy dating a guy who is "not sure". Originally Posted by Ariadne. Is not so much about his being sure or not, about your wanting him to be more sure, or your having sex earlier and bonding and being more natural.
I told you what happened. You ditched me after I sort of got you together, he bailed and got a Spanish girl for serious girlfriend in case you were not sure. This is how things work. All times are GMT The time now is 1: So yes, more specific questions below: Especially since you're meeting with a stranger?
I don't know how people can flirt with complete strangers, or be touched by someone on the 2nd date even just on the elbows or whatever. I think friendship is awesome! Nothing about what you want is wrong, but I think you are looking in the wrong place for it.
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In my past experience, despite the fact that some dating sites have an option for "looking for friends", people are not there looking for friends. It's okay for you to want friends; it's also okay for them to want romantic partners. You need to be looking in places where it's more normal to meet people, make friends, and then consider being romantic partners later.
Hobby websites, social websites, online games with a social component--it might work.
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Meeting people in the real world is often easier. But while you can say up front "I'm just looking for friends first" in your online dating profile, you're basically saying that to a collection of people who are there looking for, well, dating.
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Because if you're looking to start out as friends, right now, you aren't dating. You are making friends. Dating is the thing that happens later. Friendship is absolutely awesome, but there are a million better options for places to make friends than on an online dating website.
Be up-front in your profile. Say that you really have to get to know someone before you're super comfortable being flirtatious. Yes, this will tank some dates, but dates tank every day. You're looking for someone that works for you. Pretty much just say that. Paying people compliments is always good "I think you're cool," and translates easily in to learning about them "so tell me more about that trip.