Guy unsure dating
They blamed themselves—for choosing him, not ending it sooner, for texting him back when they should have remained silent, the list goes on.
Wanting to find a life partner, spouse, or someone whose shoulder to lean your head upon are a nearly universal desire.
It can be so fun, so exciting, so romantic—and yet so utterly confusing.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been in one too many situations where I wished I could just get inside a guy’s head.
I remember what you said about your wife, that she never asked where you guys were headed…He is the one that calls me (even if I’m like dying to call, I wait for his call,) he is the one that talks about seeing each other and so on…(No sex yet, as I want to get to know him a little better.) Well, last night he told me that he’s starting to genuinely like me, and that concerned him, because as perfect as that is, it’s not a good idea…. I really like this guy and don’t want to mess things up!Whether it’s the holiday season or Valentine’s Day or the magic of 4th of July fireworks, we know it’s the shared moments that are most special.Yet this desire can cloud our judgment and lead to poor choices.
They, too, have been in relationships (I’m talking boyfriend–girlfriend official status) that ended because he told her he wasn’t ready. He cared for her very much but couldn’t match her feelings. And so many girls I know have been dumped because their boyfriend wasn’t ready. There does come a time when a guy needs to get on the same page or else end things, but before you require that of him, be sure to ask yourself the hard question, “Do I love him as he is, with the emotional pace he brings, or do I really just want him to fit in to my romantic timeline because it’s what I want right now? Regardless if it’s him or if it’s you, if your guy is making no effort to get on the same page as you, don’t hang around.