Or does the “in the moment” feeling occur during the process of the date, which is dependent on the woman and on a date itself? How do you approach this dating, “in the moment” situtation? Maybe it’s just me, but all interactions with people mean something to me.
I feel that’s the respect I should give to another person.
And if they don’t mean anything to me, then it’s because I don’t want to interact with that person.
When I was dating prolifically, I’d be going out with two or three women at a time. But no matter what, I was looking to keep my options open, have fun, and sometimes get a little action.
And every single time I went out, I did two things: In short, I wanted every single date to feel good about me, so I would have the option of going out with her again. And yes, I was always in pursuit of a long-term relationship.
I just didn’t want to deprive myself entirely of sexual activity until I fell in love.
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“Instead of thinking in terms of black and white (He likes me/he doesn’t like me), think in terms of grey.
Isn’t it possible that a guy can be out, enjoying your company, being thoughtful, telling you you’re beautiful, kissing you at the end of the night, and never call you again? I am not a man, so it’s difficult for me to understand. For example, if I like a guy, and I had a good time on a date, I’d like to see him again.
I think about it in 2nd grade terms, “I like a person, I would like to see them again.