How do I do this?


How do I do this?

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    March 14, 2016 at 9:08 am #95568
    How do I do this?

    I am getting quite clueless about the laws of dating as I have been on numerous dates and can’t seem to get a hang of how to pull it through just to meet up again.. recently I met a pretty charming guy through an online matrimonial site and I felt like we kicked off quite well.. he asked me out again but over the weekend I felt as if his interest was fading away.. i had to initiate the plan again since he was the one who hinted that he wanted to spend time again with me so i thought i would take the step to make arrangements instead since he is new in town. I can’t tell if he is more interested in looking for a bride rather than actually taking the time to get to know each other and to see if feelings would develop prior to popping the questions as in my part of the world a lot of men may just want to know basic stuff like whether the girl can cook, clean, sing and dance etc and thats enough to pass as a wife..
    But since that meetup i am actually thinking about him quite!

    March 14, 2016 at 11:02 am #95575

    I would say, in this situation, you need to take things slowly and get to know him first. Find an activity that both of you will enjoy but be careful not to give the impression that you spend a lot of time planning the outing. Be sweet and cool. Showing interest is good, but don’t overdo it. Leave some mystery for him to uncover. Good luck!