[color:blue]When they tell you (and act like) they like you, but you haven't spent the night together in over a month?</font color=blue><br><br>Don't listen to a guy whose been divorced twice but I do have a few questions ?<br><br>1 - Did you spend the night together already ? if so move on.<br>2 - If not maybe she is taking the time to see if you are a keeper or a throw back, give her sometime maybe another month or two. Keep in mind if she is a traditionalist you have to get married first ? the key to this one is that she always communicates to you and you know that she is not playing the field.<br><br>Anyway relationships are a 2 way street. You both need to work on it.<br><br>
We met a few months ago through friends, hit it off and spent the night a few times. Since then we see each other 1 (maybe 2x) a week... talk every other day, but there's no cuddling/spending the night anymore. In the last month or a little more, it's become a "safe date" kind of thing, but there are still spontaneous gestures when we get together... which gives me hope (and conflict) about this. <br><br>I put my feelings/thoughts out there this week, and was told "I like you, but my friends are important to me right now... yadda yadda... work/my new home are priorities... yadda yadda... ".<br><br><br><br>-------<br>Aren't you a little old for post-modern nostalgic irony?
I don't mean to sound cruel, but dude..when a chick cuts you off, it's time to issue the walking papers. <br><br>The reasons you're saying she gave are the standard, useless B.S. I've heard before. Why surrender your manhood a minute longer by hanging around being Mr. Reliable? Homey don't play dat. <br><br>
A final attempt would be to send her an email with a nice certificate that said ...<br><br>"Good for a 1 hour massage"<br><br>Go to Bath & Body Works and get lavender masage oil - go to Godiva and get two chocolate covered strawberries, go to walmart, get a white terry cloth robe.<br><br>Massage her back, massage her front, see if she is receptive to massaging elsewhere - if not - say, "Ok, it's time for bed, I've got a early day tomorrow, you gonna stay?" She'll say no. Have another date by the next Friday! (with someone else)<br><br><br><br>WWW.ADZOOX.COM & www.JACKWHISPERS.COM
Dating...dating...what is this 'dating' thing of which you speak?? <br><br>Seriously, though...go with your instincts. If you sense waning interest and are getting vague responses to your queries about the state of things, move on before you set yourself up for getting your feelings hurt by this person.<br><br>
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