We act like we're dating but were not - We still act like boyfriend and girlfriend, but we re not.


When a guy begins to drag his feet after the first few months of a relationship (or hooking up), you only have a small window (a few weeks, let’s say) to set boundaries and make your intentions clear. As soon as you begin feeling that your relationship has plateaued, you needn’t waste any more time expressing how unhappy you are with the lack of commitment you’re getting. This is the make or break period of any romance, the precipice between “casual hookup buddies” and “bf/gf.” If a guy can’t commit to exclusivity after three or four months of dating, he probably never will – and isn’t worth chasing after or trying to convince either way.

Problem is, try as I might, it doesn’t last.  The girl starts becoming attached to me, missing me and wanting to become more “official”.  I’m not looking for that and when that starts coming up, I scale my presence in her life back considerably – I don’t want things to turn into a relationship and therefore I withdraw.


We act like we're dating but were not

We act like we're dating but were not


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