Are we dating yet
Eventually, I softened and started to warm up to the possibility of being in a relationship. He was really cute, really sweet, had a good job, and seemed pretty much perfect for me.I liked him a lot at first, well a lot in relation to how much I was capable of liking anyone at that point which wasn’t really that much.Eric does a great job explaining what might be going on in your guy’s mind but I have some insights that, although from a female perspective, will be of great value as well. The experience caused me to completely shut down emotionally.I was aloof, I was hard to read, I didn’t get too close, I was present but never available, essentially, I was a guy (in the psychological sense anyway! My ‘guy’ behavior caused the actual guys was seeing to take on the ‘girl role’ and they were always way more into it than I was (this was also due to my aforementioned heartbreak which rendered me numb).
Because if that's how you feel, that's what the guy reacts to.If you’ve been keeping it casual, haven’t said the L word, and haven’t organised any romantic gestures, it’d be a bit weird to suddenly make a huge effort for Valentine’s Day.If you’re unsure as to whether or not you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day, but don’t want to risk upsetting the person you’re dating by giving them nothing, just pick up something small and simple.Once there is a commitment, who knows what's next, marriage? Yes, even when considering asking "Would you be my girlfriend? It's not uncommon for a guy to suggest to his girl to become something more than just a girl in his life only to get laughter in response.Perhaps she was trying to be cool, yet it somewhat backfired given the sensitive male ego that comes with the territory.