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  10. He may be dating other people as well – certainly it’s possible he was out late on a date that time. Unfortunately, I don’t think there’s any action you can or should take at this point. Although you are obviously extremely infatuated, after only two dates you can’t be that attached. This is definitely a FIDO (f*ck it drive on) situation. If he comes back around, you can ask him just what he’s thinking, but I suggest that you definitely move on. He doesn’t sound like relationship material right now.
  12. 48WhatToDo April 7, 2011 at 11:58 am
  13. Hi, I hope you can give me some advice on this one. I recently starting meeting up with an old co-worker. At the time we worked together, he was married, but he’s since gotten divorced. We’ve hung out together 3 times recently. The first time, nothing happened, not even a kiss at the end of the night. The second time, he came back to my house after dinner and we fooled around a bit but did not have sex. A few nights later I invited him over and while we were fooling around again and I admitted to him that I was a virgin because I could tell things were escalating – and I very much wanted them to. I could tell right away that he started to get a bit stressed out about this and felt a lot of pressure knowing now that it was my first time. I thought things were okay because we kept going but then he went soft when he was about to go in me. He seemed incredibly embarrassed and got dressed and left quickly. This was two nights ago and I haven’t heard from him since. At this point I’m not sure if he feels embarrassed, or if he’s angry at me for not telling him my situation earlier, or if he maybe was hoping that I was more experienced (he seemed shocked that at my age I was still a virgin). I’m in my early 30s and am a virgin just due to not dating a lot; not anything religious, not waiting until marriage. I’m a level-headed woman who will be able to deal with my first time, even if it doesn’t develop into a relationship. I’d really like to text him and suggest hanging out again. Any advice for what I should do?
  15. 49S April 11, 2011 at 8:31 pm
  16. Hello! First of all, I love your blog. Second, I think I need some advice. It’s sort of similar to other comments, but I figured I’d write anyways for some input!
  17. A couple months ago, this guy that I was more-than-friends-with-benefits yet less-than-dating ended things with me. One of his really good friends found out and started talking to me. We became really close, hanging out and texting pretty much everyday. He had a really serious girlfriend, but they’d been fighting a lot throughout the whole time we’d been talking and he had been flirting with me a lot. Eventually he broke up with her, and he and I agreed to be friends with benefits. Of course after this started I’d been getting a lot of mixed feelings from him- some that he liked me as more than a friend, others that I was just a friend. One day we got into a serious conversation and he told me he wasn’t ready for a relationship yet, but when he is he’d want one with me. He’s always been great to me and all. We haven’t had sex, we’ve gotten close to it and I even agreed to having sex with him, just in a matter of time. He was totally cool with it and because I am a virgin, he put absolutely no pressure on me. He’s already slept with around 5 other girls, so I thought it was really nice of him to not pressure me. And he would always tell me he’s a “nice guy” and doesn’t like to use girls. I thought everything was good, right? Everything was good for a few days after the last time we saw each other. He’d text me and be nice and all. But then the past several times I’d try to make plans with him, he’d always cancel or be busy. The last time I tried to make plans with it he completely ignored my messages, but then acted like nothing happened when I texted him the next day. His communication with me has decreased a lot as well. At first it was just ignoring my attempts at getting together, but now it has gone to ignoring my communication in general. Now I’m not sure what to do. Just give up on him? Ask him what’s going on? Or what? It hasn’t been all that long, about a week, but it’s still bothering me a lot!
  18. Thanks a ton, and keep up the great blog!

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