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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. How long should one person wait for another to be ready for a relationship? Being gay makes this all the more challenging. After meeting in December, it seemed all was right.
However, he has a lot of damage from an ex. Part of me feels like I owe it to him to wait because I don't want to pass this one by. However, waiting is also something I'm not good at. We've had a heart-to-heart where he clearly wants to be more with me when he's ready. I want more with him when he's ready. I also am worried about meeting someone along the way, while I wait.
What do you think? Should I wait or move on? Two things I've always felt are crucial in the early going of — or, I guess, in your case, the roll-up to — a relationship: Now, bear in mind this is just one man's opinion, and an old-fashioned man at that. I am aware that many people these days okay, yes, millennials, I'm looking at you, a bit seem content to lurk in the grey area between "hanging out" and "hooking up," who love to pay late-night visits to their "friends with benefits" on the booty-call side of town, and, even while on a first date with someone, are swiping through apps on their phones looking for fresh prospects.
But I don't like the sounds of any of it! I would go so far as to say I don't believe in it. When, after wandering lonely as a cloud in the wilderness of singledom, you finally spot someone you're interested in — when, as they say in the military, "the target has been acquired" — knock back a glass of chardonnay, or better a shot of tequila, and cha-a-a-rge!
Go strong to the hoop, in other words. To mix sports metaphors: How else are you going to punch above your weight? I went strong to the hoop, and notoriously punched above my weight — to the point where people will come up to my wife with me standing right there and say, their faces alight with "sociological interest": She uses these occasions as a bully pulpit to issue a statement to bachelors and bachelorettes everywhere: I'll tell you one thing, though: I was never in any doubt he was interested in me.
In your case, I get no real sense of momentum or exclusivity — or even interest, particularly. Where is his fear of losing you, for example, of letting you slip through his fingers because of his ambivalence and wishy-washiness? Of course, I don't know you, or him, and I'd be an irresponsible advice columnist if I didn't insert a caveat here that maybe he is just really hurt and damaged and not ready.
You have to make that call. But sounds to me like he's stringing you along. If he were really into you, I can't help but feel he would set aside all his "haunted" and "damaged" feelings and allow you, Dr. Love, to heal him with the power of your affection. That's what I'd do. After all, what's better for healing a broken heart than a fresh relationship? By "throw down," I mean tell him, in no uncertain terms, how you feel. I don't mean to put words in your mouth, but maybe something like: I figure you're either into me or you're not.
If you are, I really think we should make this happen — and sooner rather than later. If not, the only right thing to do is cut me loose so I can find someone who is. You might get your heart broken at this point, but hey, better broken than slowly unravelled. And then back off, by which I mean stop pursuing him and "being there" for him and go out and find someone who will take one look at you and say: Of course, at that point, "Mr.
Maybe" may come after you. That's human nature for some people. By which time, of course, you might be happily unavailable. But that's the risk he's taking, and I think deep down, he knows that.
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Ugh, then you may have a bit of a problem. In a situation like FWB, equality is terribly important. First things first, you are friends with this person.
Before you begin your FWB relationship, consider how you will both move forward if things end or if either of you find someone new. With that foundation, you can stabilize your friendship and remind one another that your friendship is at the core of all of this kissing. If being a friend to your FWB is becoming too challenging, it may be time to can the entire idea.
The most important reason to quit your entire friends with benefit relationship is if you feel uncomfortable and insecure. One big thing that bothers me is that I tend to reach out to him about 80 percent of the time.
I love him and I want to be with him but this situation is driving me crazy and beginning to hurt me. Do I let go because I love myself or do I hold onto this because I love him? I would take a break, and tell him you want to take a break to figure out what you want.
Hi Lisa So I met this guy, we bumped into each other and he asked for my number. After a bit of persistence I gave in. Like we still speak often, but not as much as we used to. I just feel like cutting him off. And even if I do ask him, what do I say? You can do it. Cutting it off is just running away. You can do better. I was wondering if I could get your advice! You see, I have known this man for about a year now.
People say that he is no good. But, I see a softer, vulnerable side to him and I enjoy spending time with him. We hang out after we have our benefits, talk about politics, music, books, life. We feel okay with on another. After we do get intimate, I like to pull away and think things over and he likes to eat, usually. He always kisses me goodbye, hugs me, calls me sweetie, sweetheart, honey in the bedroom, of course.
I just wish I knew if he eas thinking about me. In our fwb way. I tend to think that every guy who says he is not interested in a relationship, means it in every possible way. If you want a committed and exclusive relationship, tell him. This will give him a chance to see how life is without you, and whether he wants life without you. No guts no glory. This is my opinion, and I hope it helps. I met my guy about a year and a half ago. About the second time I hung out with him and his friends I realized I was developing a little crush on him and one night we hooked up.
After that first night he was actually pretty committed and would text me about every day. After about 2 weeks it started dwindling down to no communication besides texting to hang out every weekend. The next step depends on what you can live with. If you can stay satisfied and happy in this situation, than let go of all expectations and future plans.
After all, all we have is now. Hi, I have an interesting FWB situation. We have been friends for about three years and he is currently going though a divorce and I just got out of a relationship of 6 years.
When big news happens I am the first person he tells and vice versa. We eventually decided to start hooking up. We had set rules, no sleeping over, cuddling, etc. But I have been getting mixed signals. I even joked one time and asked if had feelings and he told me no. We text daily and everything is comfortable with us. My friend told me I should spill my feelings but I am hesitant to because I am more confident in him not feeling the same way.
The whole thing sucks and everything was fine until this career change. When he says he is not going to date someone living 2 hours away from him, he means it.
This is how he feels right now. When he moves, his feelings can change. But this is how it is right now. I think he already knows how you feel for him without you saying it in the exact words.
But if you feel you want to tell him, than tell him. Maybe this distance will be the best things that happened to you both. It will allow him to understand that you are his best friend, and he is attracted to you, and this is how it feels to be away from you. Can you imagine that? If you can, it can happen. So I had a major crush on this guy since 5th grade.
We had mutal friends and he lived in my block. I knew he smokes too so randomly asked him, we meet in for like half hour and smoked up. We connected so well, it was like natural, no forced conversation no forced laughs, genuine fun. We started doing daily, we used to meet up for a smoke up sesh everyday and go on long drives and countryside. After 2 weeks we started FWB thing. The 1 and a half months we spend FWB we did it like daily, then we used to go get breakfast, he introduced me to his friends my friends know him too.
He used to call me after I got home from just meeting him and we talked till the sun came up. One day he was talking to me and his gf calls in between so he put me on hold to pick it up. It got me mad n we finally had the talk that he either commits or we part our ways forever. So, at first you were o. He will now be forced to make a decision. What you have to be is o. His decision will not have anything to do with how much he loves you, or how valuable you are to him. He will choose according to what is convenient to him.
But stick to your decision, because it what feels right to you. Just be prepared to accept the result without anger or hurt. This is all I can tell you. We started foolin around a couple months after he got out of a relationship and I was well on my way out of one. We have casual conversations about work and having a 3some. This is all fun to me. Im not looking to date, but then again..
Once he brought up that question during sex… It started to get me thinking. I think that you should accept the way you feel right now and follow your inner voice. As for things getting awkward at work, this is a risk both of you took the first time you slept together. But you two have full control on how this is will turn out, and how positive your relationship will be, whether right now or after it ends if it ends…who knows?
Just my 2 cents. My boyfriend of 5 months broke up with me October 18, I came up with so many possibilities as to why things ended without warning: Even though we were together 5 months before that we knew of each other for his family frequently dined at a restaurant I worked at where he said he had a crush on me for the longest. Something is obviously bothering him or scaring him and it has nothing to do with you. It really depends on you now: Does it fit you or not?
Hello, Just wanted to give an update. Just so you know I do so if we rekindle us just know I want children. Break ups are hard, but wanting him back for the right reasons are key. He broke up with me again! Yup, January 7th ! We were off from work due to winter break we both work for the school district. This is the week where I felt something was off like he was resorting to his old ways…. That inevitable cycle where the breakup is around the corner. That Mon of breakup week was my last Good morning my beautiful girlfriend text.
Tuesday I asked if we could meet up? Wednesday he said he was going over a male friends house. He said sounded good. So I decide to make a cameo appearance at his house Saturday night Jan 7 I looked bomb! I said I already know.
I asked him if he loved himself? He says he thinks so. He watches me drive off. Sun Jan 8th we meet up after 7pm to exchange our belongings. Had over a 2 he conversation. I told him all of our stupid petty arguments can be easily resolved.
I told him I was a good girlfriend: I asked him how long has he felt this way? He gave me compliments on how I looked. But you have to take this time to focus on yourself, and not wait for him to contact you.
I met J last summer. He was the first person to ask how I felt about him. At the time I was talking to a lot of people so I wanted it just to be sexual. He went back to school and I dated someone. Winter time J and I continued on. This summer I asked twice if this is all he wanted or saw it ever being. Not so direct but pretty much.
We stopped talking for maybe a week because he said he was wanting to start dating a girl guess that ended quickly. I was not aware of how deep I was in this drama until he told me this. I had a melt down in front of him. He went back to school and I was able to recheck myself. At one point he began to tell me that I loved him. I laughed it off.
Well after the sixth time of this I finally asked why do you keep saying this? He never really gave an answer. I got upset about this because theres no reason to talk about love when he clearly doesnt want anything further with me.
Other than to be cruel. He texted love you and I told him he was full of it. He said this is what he wanted again Just fwb. I tried to ask him in person but I was a nervous wreck lol he even commented that I was nervous?
He has texted me but I feel as though they are only for FWB situations home again. I have always had feelings for RW. RW moved to Alabama 2 years ago for 2 years. I thought he was gone forever. But anyways afterwards we sat on the couch watching TV together for a few hours until I had to go home. I suggest you wait with telling him, until you see him for a few more times, and only after you end your relationship with SB. Until this very recent one. My trail of broken men iv left behind suddenly tables were turned.
Hi, I met my Fwb just over 4 months ago online. We hit it off in most ways… and sexually incredible and compatible for both of us. He contacts me most other days still through text or snapchat basically.
Sends pics and talk about our kids and mates and social outings. We have never gone out anywhere although he has mentioned last weekend while out somewhere that he wished he had of been able to give me more notice to get a sitter so I could have gone out with him and his mates that night. He often sneaks away from his outings to come visit me yes and for sex but never stays the night. My reply was what? Please help me put my head straight about what he could be thinking…??
I think that he may really like you, but at the same time he means what he says about not being interested in a committed relationship.
I think you should take this into consideration, along with your feelings towards him, and set your expectations accordingly, to avoid a heart break. Sometimes I just enjoy the moment I just let it be, but then sometimes I want him to commit. He said he is not going out with other girls but I am not percent sure.
I know he cares for me I can feel it. Is he just saying what I want o hear to keep going on like this? How can I make this official?
Lisa, I have had a FWB for almost 7 months, within those months a lot has happened. I just had gotten out of an engagement, and he was still in a relationship. This was at the very beginning of things. He did approach me first about watching a movie. I did give in, and we watched movies, he would sometimes spend the night nothing intimate about it. The following night is when the intimacy started happening, and that was around December.
We did talk a lot more then too, almost everyday all day, and then it started to stop a little bit. Yes, this whole time he did have GF. Weird, and terrible I know. We still would keep on with our weekly visits no big deal, he also became one of my favorite people. I could act like myself, and we laughed all the time, and to me it seemed like we always had a good time. We also hung out with my sister once, but nobody other than that..
We kept it from everyone else. I just kept telling myself that they will get back together, I still had my guard up. Now we are going a couple months of them being broke up, and we are still talking but not as much everyday, we have hung out with other friends around, but nothing serious.
We have slept over, with people knowing about it. He has also asked me drive hours away to see him while away at work, and I did! There I hung out with his work friends.. I also want to let you know that we have been friends for a time, and all of our friends hang out together.
I have asked him about it, and he has told me they are friends. I think that in your case an honest conversation would be the best solution. However he has a child, and is moving to the opposite coast within the year to be with his son. I have just gotten out of a 3. Any advice would be helpful, thank you in advance.
The biggest question is whether you can keep a long distance relationship with him, while staying calm and trusting. Only you know the answer for this. But I can tell you one thing for sure: Anyways Z knows about how N and I caught feelings even if we started as something casual. And we were already doing it. Once he asked me what if he decides to court me. Yes, I think he definitely has feelings for you.
Is it possible he only said that because he was curious abkut my answer? Should I stop seeing other dudes? I have a FWB that has been a friend for over 10 years. We crossed the line to FWB a couple of years ago. I feel as though I get mixed signals. I would appreciate any advice. I think you have to decide whether you can wait until he feels the same — or not.
But make a real decision. Hi Lisa, I have recently started a fwb arrangement and I am totally confused. I am comfortable with a fwb arrangement but I am very careful about safe sex.
I have told him this and he agrees and so we use condoms. How do I tell him I want it to be an exclusive arrangement not out of commitment or feelings but just so it makes me feel more comfortable without ruining this? We went on a couple dates and then he kind of disappeared for a couple of weeks. He broke it off with someone else and says he cant imagine trusting someone again and getting hurt. I told him I really liked him but he expressed to me that he does not want a relationship at this time.
He said he would love to still see me and hang out casually but that that doesnt mean he doesnt like me or see me as nothing more than a sex buddy. I told him we could try it out and he was very honest and open about his feelings. I really like this guy…he is someone I normally wouldnt have gone for but I took a chance by going out on a date. And after we hooked up we talked for hours and he texted me the next day.
However, I am now in the stage where I want to text him and I am not sure if he wants to even hear from me. Do I wait until he makes the move? And I know I am doing this with the hopes it could eventually turn into something…do you think I should move on?
I think that if you already took one chance — take another chance and just follow your heart. If you want to text him — just text him.
Follow your inner voice and forget about the rules. However, while you do this, lower your expectations to a minimum. Focus on having fun, without asking for commitment and dramatic declarations of love. If you were meant to be, it will come — at the right time. Hi Lisa, So I became fwb with my bestfriend of 2 years, 4 months ago and at the start it was going great however 2 months in we had the commitment talk and we decided to take things slow and see where they would go because we saw potential in eachother.
However whilst seeing eachother he was still flirting and messaging other girls and sending nudes to them including my ex bestfriend and I found out and confronted him, then I broke off our potential relationship due to that. He always assured me he never wants to lose me and he loves me a lot and wants to forever stay bestfriends, however I really want more from it.
It hurts me knowing he talks to other girls but he acts like the best boyfriend to me and is honestly such an amazing guy. Your pain comes from understanding the situation and not accepting it. This is how it is, this is what he is able to give right now. The question is can you live with it, just the way it is — or not. It has nothing to do with how he feels about you, this is just what he is able to do right now.
I am currently stuck in a very awkward situation with my male best friend. He has a Gf whom he has had issues with for at least 10 years. He was drunk and he just admitted he had loved me since the day he met me etc.
I hardly see him. He is usually near me once a week but has other meetings and family he visits. This is hurtful on many levels. What would u do? But I strongly advise that if you decide to become more serious with him — accept him just the way he is — fully — without expecting him to ever change or be more the way you want him to be.
This is it — this is who he is — you have to decide whether you can love him unconditionally — or not. Thank you for your reply. I have had this inner monologue soooo many times. We have a family issue now and I have tried texting and calling him to tell him about it. He is close to my father who is sick. It blows my mind. Yet he can text me asking me if I still have some items at my house he needs. Oh, and he flirts … his moods are so up and down. As a friend I can handle him at a distance but I doubt he will ever change and be more present which is sad because I really felt he would.
Especially after that hook up when he admitted so much to me. Lisa and all — I feel your pain and struggles. We flirt constantly, kiss once in awhile.. Each time he texted me I jumped to my phone. We also had a great fun friendship and just liked hanging out. He was always involved with someone else so we never actually went that extra step.
Well a few days ago tha changed. He drank a few and we were together when he just let me know everything. He admitted his love for me and how I saved him when his was very low in life. Basically he put me up on the pedestal I deserved because he is very narcissistic like a lot of men are.
I felt great and very valued finally. When he drinks, he speaks the truth and it felt wonderful to hear how he felt. The issue is that part of me feels robbed. Well he blew that because he told me since the day we were introduced he has loved me. So now I have a best friend who I feel like is going to disappear because we did take it to that next level.
Especially since I know so much. I love him and I care deeply but he just shuts down and disappears like a lot of men apparently , and that angers me. The dynamic has changed … any advice?
Hi Lisa Me and this guy I added him on Facebook as we had a mutual friend and we just began to start talking and we were talking for weeks before we met up face to face we were with other people but then they next day he invited me over to his place to sleepover and watch a movie obviously when we were chatting there was flirting and that continued to us hooking up.
My guy has to have a conversation every time we hook up. Then he accuses me of catching feelings. Super confusing and just as annoying. I think that if he wanted to stay friends I would stay friends but without being intimate. This will show you whether he is only interested in sleeping with you without commitment or he really wants you in his life. I have been friends with someone for many years now. I am currently separated from my husband of 10 years and I have two children who are fairly young.
I am 32 and my friend is I said we could see where it goes, no rush. But then it seemed like he was turning down my suggestions to get together.
So eventually I asked him if I was just making things up or he really was avoiding us getting together. But after a few days we agreed to keep going with the physical because neither one of us wanted to stop. Words of any kind of encouragement would just be comforting right now! I think that he wants to be with you, and has feelings for you, but just like he said — he is not ready to be a step dad.
I believe him when he says that. This could change with time — or not. It depends on how much patience you have and how much you believe your wish can come true. Last week when I was at his place he said you can come over, but no sex! Are you testing something? That has me SO confused! What does that even mean??? I did end up persuading him into having sex though, lol. He always compliments me. Sometimes he hugs me tighter than other times. I really do love him! High integrity, morals, values, family oriented, etc.
Maybe he was burned in the past and is afraid to commit at this point. So what do I do? I want to hear him say it too lol. Why can he so easily cancel with me. Hi Lisa I have been in a fwb arrangement for about a year and months now. And through it we have been on and off. Only problem is his not ready for a relationship.
And this got us to cut ties and move on with our lives or so i thought. Till he reached out to me and said he misses me and practically put himself back in my life. Any insight on this?. I just agreed with this guy who calls himself damaged goods, and believe me he has been through hell wih women, and he really does not trust any woman. I feel as though him and I are very similar people, and we have many things in common.
I have never done a FWB arrangement before, but there is something about this guy that I want to do this with him. What should I do as far as getting him to set boundaries? If this is a new thing, just a few months, than I would not set any boundaries at this point. With time and if you get closer and more intimate, boundaries will set themseleves up. Setting rules at this point may drive this guy away. This is what I think anyway.. Hey Lisa, I cannot see my comment.
Does it only show up until you reply to my comment? My fwb once told me he wanted to experience all the things before he steps into a marriage… He did not clearly say he does not want a relationship but he also does not act like he wants one.. Is this a good sign or a bad one? I would believe what he says. But that can change at any time. So I met this guy through Tinder last year.
What does he want? Why is he doing this? But I can guess that he told you the truth — that he is afraid that long distance will be complicated. I think that if I were you I would just try to go with the flow and do what my heart tells me.
But the secret is to listen to your inner voice — without the fear. When you have an urge to do something like travel with him again — notice how you feel.
Do you go with expectation — that it will lead to something more serious? Or do you go just to have fun with him in the moment?
What do you think? That's human nature for some people. By which time, of course, you might be happily unavailable. But that's the risk he's taking, and I think deep down, he knows that. Are you in a sticky situation?
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We all know that exhilarating, butterflies in the stomach, heart-pounding feeling of beginning a new relationship with the fun-loving, good-looking person who shares your interests (one of which is YOU!). Written by Ryan Jakovljevic Ryan is a counsellor and couples therapist with nearly 10 years of experience working with people to resolve relationship issues in a practical and effective way. FWB relationships can only work as long as both parties are on the same page. As soon as one person wants more — or much less — from the relationship than the other, things are doomed.