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.
Do you want to date casually during the time that he’s dating casually or did you say that to establish a fair playing field without intending to act on it?
I would say get clear on those questions before making a decision.
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.
When you meet someone you like, it’s natural to want more, more, more!
But we all know what happens when you meet a guy who seems great and you move too fast.
Well, almost a month later, he makes sure to lock in the weekend plans with me early in the week and always has something fun and exciting planned.
He continues to come over during the week and still contacts me daily. I have known people who started out dating casually and ended up as a committed, exclusive couple.
The thing is, it takes a while to know if someone really is “perfect” for you. Watch this important episode of The Dating Den with Marni and Randy Lee for great tips so that you connect with the right guy who will give you the long-term relationship you desire!
A real loving, lasting relationship takes time to grow and to nurture. So what are the best strategies for you to slow it down and make sure Mr.
One month in, I asked him what he thought about being exclusive.