Gentlemen Speak: How Do You Know If He’s Taking It Slow or Dragging You Along?
Comment Men, though they think they're simple, are not always so easy to read. Often, without knowing it, they send mixed signals. And when you're dating early on, it's confusing to know where his real intentions lay. You may wonder if he is taking it slow and getting to know you—or if he is dragging you along and not even thinking about a relationship. So, what are the signs that a man is just trying to pace the relationship, but has serious intent? And what are the signals that he is really not particularly interested and just sees the relationship as something to fill time? Based on what I hear from countless men in my therapy practice, there are a few key signals that reveal how into it a guy really is.
It may be based on convenience before short-term circumstances. Unlike friends with benefits, where both parties agree to avert developing feelings, the boundaries of a situationship are usually less clear. Individual or both partners might be ahead of you to see if the relationship becomes more serious over time. Am I in one? What does it air like? Not everyone agrees on can you repeat that? defines a situationship, but the next are just a few signs so as to you might be in one. You only make last-minute or short-term plans. People in situationships tend to accomplish plans on a daily — before even hourly — basis. If you find it difficult to make plans for next week, it might be a situationship.
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