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Should I move on?


Question Posted Sunday June 24 2012, 12:14 am

This guy Ive known for a few years, hes amazing. We have gone on a few dates, but when it comes to asking him if I'm his girlfriend, he says no.

We have kissed, he calls me babe, and sends me <3 all the time.

I want to be his so bad. But after my previous relationship I'm a little scared. And understand he wants to take it slow.

But Ive liked this guy sense I met him. I'm very inpatient.

What should I do?

He even offered to give me the jacket he was wearing the night we met, and the reason we even started talking.


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adviceman49 answered Sunday June 24 2012, 10:58 am:
My usual reaction to questions like this one; is to go with your gut instincs. We have built in sensors that we try to ingnore when we want something our instincts are telling us is either wrong or not going to be.

Here he is unwilling to comitt. I think you know something is not right. Your heart is trying to override your gut or common sense in this matter and your asking strangers to tell you what to do.

It is not my place to tell you to leave or to stay for simply I do not know either of you and would need to inorder to offer that type of advice. What I can tell you is your instincts are probably correct and you should follow them. If he has the feelings for you that you want he will come after you. If not you will know that you made the right choice.

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carayotie answered Sunday June 24 2012, 5:27 am:
You should ask him what he wants because it sounds like he is giving you mixed signals. Typically actions speak louder than words, so if he's doing all of these things for you then there's no doubt that he likes you :) but you should def try and get him to clarify things to avoid any miscommunications and broken hearts.

xoxo

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