Original post by Yaboi Maybe you should make the first move. Follow 8 Follow 9 He's trying to decide whether he does want to pursue it further whilst trying to protect your feelings. Follow 10 A lot of guys don't want to make the first move any more. I won't address the exact circumstances but in essence a lot haven't a clue how to approach women and even less so how to make the first move.
You should make the first move. If he says 'no' then you have your answer, and tbh blokes are a lot more forgiving about girls trying it on when they don't like them than vice versa. Follow 11 Original post by fefssdf He's trying to decide whether he does want to pursue it further whilst trying to protect your feelings.
Follow 12 Original post by atsushimurasak nice answer lol. Zarek Follow 43 followers 18 badges Send a private message to Zarek. Follow 13 May just be shy. Easily investigated, next date, at the end or some other appropriate point say, 'are you going to kiss me'. Hi, I think this guy needs more time to decide whether he wants anything more serious with you.
He might just be that type of person in general, so if you really do like this guy, then you should be patient. He seems like a good one, but then again he could be gay or something.
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I know this may seem rude, but you don't seem very serious about this guy with the way you are presenting this scenario. Therefore, I think it is a good thing he isn't messing you about like that unless if that's what you want. If so, this guy is not the one for that. Follow 15 He probably wants to but doesn't know how to do it.
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I think Zarek has the best advice with asking him at a suitable moment, "are you going to kiss me? Follow 16 Give him a hint: Follow 17 Original post by tigger 3. Just talk to him, but pin him down.
Follow 18 I had a friend like this in high school also. She dated a guy for a while and then found out he was not heterosexual but happening upon him with another man.
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Sometimes the guy is just wanting to take things slow or is being respectful. Maybe try to do some sort of physical touch, maybe try to touch his hand or something and see what he does. Last guy i dated for 3 months took 4 dates to kiss me or hold my hand. I also started to feel like maybe he just wants friendship. We had intense sexual and physical chemistry. Guy i dated before him took 7 dates to even put his arm around me. We had our first kiss also on that 7th date and we dated for 6 months.
So Id say dont automatically assume he is not interested romantically as some guys do like to take things slow.
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What kind of things u said and did on ur dates? But he asked a lot about my thoughts in family and kids and he expressed how he could not wait to see me. I think if a guy is interested in u romantically, u coukd feel it. So we had another date tonight. It went really well and I felt like it was more romantic than it had been previously. He was more touchy and kept trying to pay for stuff. But then at the end of the night, still no kiss!! I was sure it was going to happen this time. And he responded saying he was worried it would have been impertinent to kiss me and that next time it would be a date.
Who lives in the 21st century and thinks its impertinent to kiss someone on the 6th date? Any further advice would be appreciated. Ciara, I think it is very strange that he has not kissed you till the 6th date. I know you spoke with him about it but still body language could convey a lot.
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It could be your body language etc. There are times I am out with a guy and since I am a really friendly person and if the guy knows that then he has wrongly assumed that I was just being friendly with him whereas I have liked him more than a friend, but my actions have just been friendly.
I suggest you should keep it platonic with him continue to be friends- he seems like great friend material and in terms of friend material, a total keeper and date other guys. Run, run, run away. How much chemistry is there between you? Well, actually, it depends on the lifestyle you want to have. She has a father and a stepmonster excuse me..
She needs me to be focused on her, not trial and error trying to find and make relationships work. It is too stressful. I keep that part of my life separate from my family life. BUT, I have seen happy couples out there who have merged families. Anyway…divergence…you might not have kids anyway. Have an understanding that you are just friends. I have an ex like that and it works beautifully. I suggested coming back to my place toward the end of the last date but it was getting late and we ended up going to a nearby pub instead.
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Straight up ask her if she wants to kiss. I mean clearly by your point of view she doesnt show signs she wants to be kissed and that doesnt mean she isnt interested or that she actually doesnt want to kiss,it justs means that both of you are not super great at initiating a kiss or receiving a signal, nothin wrong with it. Wait they're doing a live action Little Mermaid this year? Touch more first before planting a kiss. If she doesn't seem to like it then it's not going anywhere.
the-derevo.ru/wp-content/textbook/joyas-de-pasin-deseo.php Don't ask about serious romantic potential. Ask for a kiss. You can have a romantic relationship without much physical affection. That won't necessarily solve the issue you are concerned with. I've used it on plenty of dudes, dudes have used it on me, and I'd say it has a pretty good rate of success.
My last GF was like this. She would straight up tell me "I'm not going to kiss you tonight. I even told her these were terrible signals, but she kept wanting to hang out. I liked her and wasn't interested in anyone else so I stuck it out. Probably was about the th date when we finally kissed, which turned into sex and we were together for a little over a year thereafter. So it's hard to say.
Some women are pretty cautious, especially the serial monogamist type. You're far more patient than I. I wouldn't wait that long before having sex , typically. And someone proclaiming to me that they're not going to kiss me unless it's a first date, possibly, just because some people apparently have silly "no kiss on a first date" rules is a huge turn-off. I wouldn't wait that long before having sex, typically. That was one reality of dating in my late 30s, as opposed to my early 20s, that really struck me.
Once you reach our age, most people aren't inclined to patiently wait around and make sure they're in love before they want to do some of the fun stuff. Older daters seem to treat sex as one of the major components to dating to see if you like each other enough to keep dating, rather than one of the later goals if you do like each other enough.
Yeah it was taxing my patience for sure.