Taking it slow when dating

Sorry to be a downer, but I do think it is worth noting that the relationship they had together was incredibly strong even when times were tough. I think the question worth asking yourself here is what you are OK with accepting as a relationship.

I want to be clear that I am not trying to steer you in one direction or another – I am just inviting you to think about it because clarity on what you really want usually ends up solving the problem in the end.

I would say get clear on those questions before making a decision.In fact, one couple comes to mind that had similar stats as you described, though they did not live far apart – probably only a 10 mile drive from one another.They were honest with each other about where their heads were and what they were looking for.If you like him, your best bet is to stick around and really get to know him.Pursue getting to know him in depth, not just the charm.Exclusivity isn’t something you want to pester him about.Believe me, once a guy has heard it once from a woman he’s seeing, he that there’s no turning back – he knows that as long as they keep seeing each other she will want to be exclusive.You might not agree with their logic, but I have met men and women who have stated this rationale.At the same time, who knows, maybe he’s a womanizer/serial dater.There could be countless reasons why he feels this way, but frankly it’s not worth your time and energy trying to psychoanalyze him.It sounds like you like him a lot on many levels and over time you’ll start to learn more about where he’s at.

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