Since she invited him, however, Chris has seemed distant.
He’s hardly texting her at all and he’s not given her a firm answer about the reunion. If you and your date have different preferences and different desires for how slow or how fast you’d like to take this potential or new relationship, you might run into trouble.
Time to pull back on the reins and steer off course for a while.[Read: 7 phases you have to cross before you’re both ready to meet the parents ] #3 Constant contact.She’s been dating a great guy for the past month and she thought they were close to maybe being a couple.Every weekend, Jenna and Chris have gone out together.You may think no one has ever made you feel like this and you can’t help but be amazed at the chemistry, or electricity between you and this new love. But sadly those involved don’t take the time to get to know each other before jumping into something serious.
Often these kinds of relationships built on infatuation can die as quickly as they spring up.
Wikipedia defines infatuation as: the state of being completely carried away by unreasoning passion or love; addictive love.
Infatuation usually occurs at the beginning of a relationship.
Either of you could become frustrated that a clear sign of commitment isn’t happening.
Either of you may be scared off if the push for a commitment happens too soon for your liking.
For the first month, I found myself waiting for the other shoe to drop. For those of you who have found yourself in murky grey areas of dating, here are some reasons as to why you should put all of your chips in. My past two relationships prior to this one were what I used to refer to as “slow burns.” We would see each other once or twice a week, text sporadically, and sort of look down at the floor and mumble when people asked what was going on between us. Yes, you don’t want to rush into anything when it comes to relationships, but not knowing whether or not your partner wants the same thing as you from the relationship can drive anyone insane.