I space I met this guy online and we went on a few dates and it's time we was fine he flirted a bit much with the waitress the bartender who know but it was cute I thought at first. So I basically tell her "Hey, that's fine, but I'm just not looking for a platonic Hello I'm new on this site.This relationship advice forum will help you maintain a healthy partnership, fix any problems you may have in your love life or mend a broken heart.By contributing to Relationship Surgery, you will gain RS Points which can in turn be exchanged for prizes.Every day, on Facebook, in the comments section, in the forum, in my inbox…day in and day out I hear variations of the same question: Does he like me? It doesn’t come around every day, so when it does you latch on tightly and feel grateful, and at the same time, afraid. But I also know that love isn’t a magical cure-all and also, love isn’t always enough.
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But your fears are soon put to rest because things seem to be going so well.
The chemistry is strong, the vibe is good, you spend a lot of time together, you know he cares about you…and just when you’re starting to settle in and relax, he seems to be pulling away a bit. he doesn’t seem as enthusiastic about you or the relationship…or maybe it’s nothing you can put your finger on, just a feeling in the pit of your stomach.
My need for quietness, a certain routine and alone time is just so strong that it is incompatible with being a live-in girlfriend or wife.
And it's really me, not him: I've tried to put myself in the other perspective, and I think it would be perceived as very cruel for anyone, even if they understand why I need this much space and me-time, to ask of them that they agree to leave me alone, let me sleep alone, cook alone, all while avoiding things that can make me snap or meltdown (and let's be honest here, I snap all the time.