@leechamp (186)
March 25, 2007 2:25pm CST
When you start dating a man, there's an initial feeling of mystery and attraction going strongly from both..but as you grow closer together, often times, each partner feels something differently, as things gets more serious, often times, you scare off the man, and soon he stops "feeling it"..Has anyone experienced this situation? What have you done to keep the ATTRACTION flowing and get your man "feeling it" instead of "resisting it"?
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• United States
25 Mar 07
Unfortunately, he will either "feel it" or he will freak. There is nothing that you can really do to make it go one way or the other. Guys will be guys. They are mostly commit-a-phobes. They are afraid of being tied down for the rest of their lives to the same person. You have to remember to give him enough space. And you have to allow enough for yourself too. Just because you start dating someone, doesn't mean that you should cut off all your friends. In order to keep a healthy relationship with yourself, you need to keep some "me" time when you are not with each other. If he always does Friday night with the boys, let him continue to do it. Guys are afraid of change. If you try to change them too much they freak. Not to mention, you will never be happy with someone if you feel it necessary to "change" them to be something they are not. They will also never be happy with themselves. The best thing that you can do is just be yourself. Eventually, the right guy will come along who will find you being you the most irresistable thing ever. then it will just happen. That is what I believe.
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@leechamp (186)
• Philippines
26 Mar 07
..this is really a very enlightening response. It makes you feel someone out there really does think better when you are out of words.Thanks you very very much!.