Mixed messages dating

01 Jan

Alder tags: angry-men, answers, behavior, clarification, closure, communication, confusion, crushes, family-members, gentlemen, good-life-quotes, husband, inconsistent-behavior, jealous-women, man, mixed-signals, nonsense, relationships, rumors, seeking-closure, siblings, sisters, spouse, stalkers, truth, wife, woman, women tags: actions, authors, being-direct, choices, clarification, communication, confusion, direct, evolution, fights, games, happiness, helpful, integrity, intelligence, intent, letting-go, life, love, misunderstandings, mixed-signals, noble, not-helpful, novels, parables, philosophy, reading-between-the-lines, religion, retreating, right-reasons, scholars, soul, stories, true-self, walking-away, wars, wisdom, wise “It is so simple, yet so hard for some people to do. Alder tags: being-in-love, confusion, contradictions, direct, games, hanging-on, letting-go, love, men, mixed-signals, poor-communicators, raising-gentlemen, raising-men, relationships-101, straight-forward, through-kindness, why, wishy-washy “You will never be able to see clearly when people around you distort your view of truth with their own clouded version. An honorable person sets the record straight, so that person can move on with their life.” ― Shannon L. Until, men learn that their actions and their friends and families reactions can create a questionable doubt about how they feel, they will forever have to deal with the drama they create for themselves.” ― Shannon L. He could be really busy or just a little insecure and may want some reassurance.If you like him, I would say reach out to him a bit but don’t pressure him to commit or talk about his feelings toward you at this point.To cut to the point, if this is how he’s acting in the beginning of the relationship, then this is most likely where the relationship is headed. this is the beginning stage of getting to know someone – this is where you need to make your decision as to whether or not they are a good fit for your life. It’s a mistake to think you can meet a guy and change him into something else… So last night I asked online guy if he was free to do something today and he told me that he is going to be super busy for the rest of the month and possibly for the next month.The reason doesn’t really matter – if it’s not how you want it to be now, it’s a waste of time to wait around for his personality and behavior to miraculously change. I didn’t know if this was his way of rejecting me so I decided to text him to try and get a straightforward answer.Remember the guy I was telling you about, well it seems more obvious now that he likes me, but he really is taking things too slow, no kissing or holding hands as of yet, and we’ve been on four dates already. We really don’t talk much other than when we meet up, like no MSN, no phone calls, just texts here and there.I know he’s super busy, because he just got promoted, but if he’s that busy and if he takes his job as his top priority, I can’t imagine what kind of a boyfriend he’ll meeting because that’s when you see the whole picture.

I think the madness started the moment we met and you shook my hand. It doesn’t matter if they can be in your life or not. My friend is having some trouble with the guy she’s been interacting with online and her depressing story just makes me very upset.She manages to put me into a depressing mood as well because I feel like internet dating is such a taboo that it’s too good to be true if I do find someone.The problem is, he never says when and he hardly calls me or initiates contact in between dates. I do know for a fact that he likes to take it slow, is that it? (Note: This Ask a Guy was more of a dialogue – it went on for several e-mails and over a couple of months. Enjoy.) eric charles: My bet is that your intuition/instinct is right that he does like you. Maybe he’s treating me as his friend and is playing the field?