Date: 2017-11-16 07:54
She 8767 s forcing it and evaluating the interaction at every step based on his reactions. She 8767 s not in the moment, she 8767 s trying things and then standing back (mentally outside the interaction) and analyzing it not a very sexy place to be. The central problem is her mindset: she 8767 s looking to derive some sense of self from how the man responds to her.
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Basically they are using methods that catch one fish at a time where there 8767 s only 6 fish in the ocean and thousands of guys fighting for it. I 8767 m using techniques which allow me to cast a net, sit back with a beer and wait for the fish to jump directly into it. Then I pick out the fish I like most obviously in my case the fish are smoking hot women that want to f**k tonight 🙂
The fact is: Men focus on what they are attracted to in a woman and don 8767 t notice anything unattractive unless you bring attention to it.
I deleted my profile several weeks to a couple months in, but his still remains (more on his later). At times in the beginning he 8767 d mention the future, make 8766 we 8767 statements, and even called me his girlfriend a couple times. But when I asked him about it he 8767 d make remarks like, my gf doesn 8767 t have casual talks (with guys) this was after I told him I 8767 m still casually talking to people (in the beginning when we both still had profiles) to which I replied that I didn 8767 t realize he was that serious about me. That particular conversation didn 8767 t go very far and I decided to continue to take things slowly with him.
To me and I say this with extremely limited information about him he sounds like a guy who wants sex but doesn 8767 t want to hurt your feelings or make you feel uncomfortable.
This was a good read. And its all about timing, i would say. I do have one question that is on my mind for a while now. Suppose you see a guy on a regular basis, could be bf or fwb, and you have great chemistry sexually. Is making yourself available every time he wants it, a turn off for the guy long term? Would you suggest mixing it with a bit of tease and making him wait for it, will spice it up?
Happily, incidents like those are rare. Usually, I have amazing nights full of laughter and stimulating conversations. One night it's wine and the sunset the next, I'm slow dancing and giggling to The Rolling Stones. I absolutely love hearing different perspectives and catching a glimpse of an array of lifestyles. Be he a professor or a bartender -- every man has something interesting to bring to my table. I get a rush from the discussion, newness and unique attributes of each. Even if the fling is short, I still feel a flurry of happiness when remembering our time together. In some way, I've loved every one of them -- for the temporary joy and the lessons I learned from the experience.
It is painful when there 8767 s a difference in expectations between people. I 8767 m in my late 95s and newly single, and have faced this as well from both sides. However, what comforts me is that the pain is a sign my heart is working, and it 8767 s a good thing. Good things aren 8767 t always happy, or easy, or fun but are always worth it.
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