Keeping your options open dating
how do you accept that other person still being here looking for a date?Even though they say they aren't seeing anyone else, they are still like I said before keeping their options open and in the end dissapointment is inevitable cause your sitting there waiting for the other shoe to drop and him to tell you that he's found someone else Well, I know for a fact that he is NOT on here looking for another woman to date ( I keep him on his toes enough as it is... But, seriously, If you're B/F is on here and looking for someone ELSE to date, and lying to you about it..that is an obvious answer---don't wait for him to drop u, take the initiative and break up with him. )Deep Blue, what's happened is that you two have not spelled out the terms of your relationship (as it is), or if you have, then it's changed for you but not for him.
You don't have to necessarily throw that fish back into the water, especially if you enjoy your time together with him, but you don't have to stick with one fish either. Till one is able to decide i don't think any meaningful level of Love could be experienced.You must do some up-front soul searching to make sure you’re ready to be honest, open, and attentive.You need a strong sense of your dating expectations so you can clearly communicate what you’re looking for without setting the bar so high that no one can clear it.would you think it was out of line for one of you to still be on here updating their profile and still looking to date? There really isn't a definitive time frame, but for me, when you stop thinking about getting with another girl, stop looking at each woman as they pass (not as easy as you'd think), when you start wondering if they're thinking of you as much as you're thinking of them. If he's doing it, then he would have to no right to be mad if you were just following his lead.Would this lead you to think that maybe you should still be looking too? I had no idea there were so many categories that women fall into. IMOAfter a few months of dating, for sure I would be happy with what I was lucky to find.Even though they say they aren't seeing anyone else, they are still like I said before keeping their options open and in the end dissapointment is inevitable cause your sitting there waiting for the other shoe to drop and him to tell you that he's found someone else.Its in my opinion an easy ultimatum..or get off the pot!The only option for me is to be completely me present and open in each moment with someone special. From Dating For Dummies, 3rd Edition By Joy Browne Dating doesn’t have to be nerve-wracking, but it does require preparation.At what point do you decide your happy with who you've been lucky enough to find and focus your attention on them and leave POF behind? or am I over reacting...someone please set me straight here...yes I know I'm still here too, its these forums...their addicting! Well instead of just wondering what's going on and why he is still on POF you need to talk to him. But I want to know now when is an acceptable time to have "the talk"? From the looks and sounds of things, you sound like that to me.You don't need pressure him into anything, just tell him your a little bit confused about where you stand with him. JMOTake it for what its worth, but have you asked him about it?