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Naomi4477ParticipantJune 8, 2019 at 1:40 pm #201736
So I have been talking to this guy for on an online dating app, and we had our first date last week. The date went really well, and he told me he had a good time, and asked when he could see me again. I told him in a couple of weeks, because I would be out of town. The next morning I messaged him, joked around about something, then told him I had fun last night. He said he did too and that he couldn’t wait to do it again. Then I told him that part of my trip had to be canceled, and that I was available to go on another date sooner than I thought. He responded with sounds awesome, yes we will do something. I suggested we go see a movie I have been wanting to see for a while, and then 2 days later he responded that would be good, but that he would have to get back with me because his week has gotten busier than he thought it would be. It’s been a few days and I haven’t heard from him since. I’m getting mixed signals, and I’m not sure if he’s really busy or just ignoring me.
dashingscorpioParticipantJune 9, 2019 at 1:35 am #201737
Anytime you are in a “situationship” or undefined relationship you should keep your options open.
This is especially true if you met someone over a dating app/site.
Odds are you are NOT the only person he has been in contact with or would like to go out with.
The mistake a lot of novice daters make is acting as if they’re in a committed relationship.
They put all their focus on (one person) when they start dating.
Dating however is more like job hunting.
You wouldn’t send your resume to just (one company) and wait around to see if they will hire you.
Instead you’d send your resume to multiple companies and have multiple interviews until you accepted a job offer.
By the same token a company looking to hire someone would interview multiple candidates.
Neither party would expect the other to suspend their search until they reached a mutual agreement.
You should be too busy dating and going out with other guys to be obsessing over this guy.
If he gets back to you and you’re available and still interested you can go out again.
In the meantime don’t sit around waiting by the phone. You’re single! Act like it!
- This reply was modified 1 week ago by dashingscorpio.
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