Recently, a female friend and I were browsing through profiles of Dallas men. What could I learn about them from their dating profiles?
Or maybe sleeping, because by the time you’re in your late 20s or early 30s, meeting strangers at on a weeknight feels ambitious.
I really care for her, but I wasn’t ready for exclusivity. (Now, I feel like even more of a jerk.) Please tell me how to handle this.
I think I could be exclusive with my girlfriend in the future, but I’m not there yet. How long before this person tries to lock me into the jail cell of fidelity and throw away the key?
like a male question, and one thing women always objectively get right are their feelings. I can say these things in the letter-writer’s defense: For all its loveliness, the first blush of romance and the heady thrill of courtship comes with a lot of anxiety over the future: What if he really likes the Dave Matthews Band? No one is immune from the fear of being rushed into love or commitment.
From studies looking at how quickly men and women say “I love you,” we know that men may actually want it sooner, but also that women often wait for men to make the first commitment move anyway, because news flash, it’s for precisely the reason stated in this letter: If you bring it up first, even if he agrees, you’ll never really know if it was his idea.