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He could be really busy or just a little insecure and may want some reassurance.If you like him, I would say reach out to him a bit but don’t pressure him to commit or talk about his feelings toward you at this point.The problem is, he never says when and he hardly calls me or initiates contact in between dates. I do know for a fact that he likes to take it slow, is that it? (Note: This Ask a Guy was more of a dialogue – it went on for several e-mails and over a couple of months. Enjoy.) eric charles: My bet is that your intuition/instinct is right that he does like you. Maybe he’s treating me as his friend and is playing the field?Just try to show that you like him without bending over backwards or selling yourself out.If he likes you, he’ll start to show more initiation.I've met some fascinating and accomplished women, and I'm becoming more comfortable around the dating process.It does, however, continue to present its challenges.
You just have to be looking for love, a search that causes you to be more vulnerable than usual.
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But she and I are planning to move in together and will be getting engaged, so it’s only a matter of time before they find out.
We've discussed breaking the news to them thousands of times, and even sought professional advice.
For the first couple of years I was in a sad, isolated, and withdrawn state. My wife’s younger sister moved to my city to begin her medical residency more than two years ago.