If you’re consistently calling, texting, emailing, and doing all the asking out, a man won’t have to lift a finger. This is not to say that you can’t ever reach out to a man you’re dating, but let him do the asking out–at least in the early stages. You deserve someone who wants to reach out to you, call you, and ask you out.
He’s going to wonder how after two dinners and one museum trip you already know that you want him to be your boyfriend.
So even though it’s great to let a new guy know where you are in your life or about your dating goals, take the time to get to know him before you decide.
If you want to show a man that you’re girlfriend material, don’t hook up with him on the first date.
It will probably make him wonder if you would do the very same thing with every other Tom, Dick and Harry.
There are way too many of us who jump from one relationship to the next, completely uncomfortable with the idea of being alone. What is great is to be comfortable, confident and happy on your own before you embark on a relationship.
You've been dating six months and just know you are exclusive.
Save yourself all of that grief and get ready for your next adventure.
You meet a great guy..drop your entire former life to be with him.
This is not good for you or the newfound relationship.
Maintaining your sense of self, friendships and passions keeps you balanced and also makes you a more desirable partner.
(so they might need a little more time than you to decide if you’re the one).