Understood not dating 3 months only see each other once a week business! improbable
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Good point, thanks. My thing is, isn't it too early to have that conversation? I feel like it is, but looks like I could be wrong. How would I even approach that topic without sounding needy or that I'm pressuring him? Personally, I think two months of dating someone is adequate time to broach the subject of being exclusive or any label for that matter that each of you aspire to have with the other.
My wife took me out on our first date. Not really into that, but it was amazing, exhilarating, a great time. When the cars go by that grand stand coming out of the turn the sheer power, sound, vibration as they kick in those turbos goes right through you.
You can feel it in your chest as the entire grand stand shakes. Was an experience.
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She took us there, I bought lunch I forget, but I never forget the day. May 10th. I was going to take her to the theater, but my daughter beat me to it.
Still working on the anniversary plan though. She's the best! This reply was removed by a moderator.
If you want to see him more than just for lunch then talk to him about this Our work days are long and typically go something like this Then I go home and workout, come home and take care of my pets and think about seeing him the next day. Every so often we'll do something after work but it's definitely not the norm.
Usually we'll do something friday or saturday night. Normally dinner out and then netflix at my place until we pass out, and we sleep in late and eat brunch together and he won't leave my place until like 2 the next day If it works for you then I wouldn't worry about it.
The bf and I end up going out every other weekend a lot of times but then some weeks we may go out on Wed after work and again on the weekend.
It just varies. Both of us work and we live an hour apart but also I have a son at home and obligations and he had a mom to take care of. I don't know about you but the last thing I want to do after working all day and driving an hour home is go out.
I agree It's not traditional dating per say. It's just two people who like each other, probably have sex together, work together, but don't spend much time together. I can totally relate to you regarding the work hours and that it feels very good to come home and just chill, but if you ask me, I would describe this more as an FWB rather than an actual relationship.
You see each other on your own terms when it suits your needs, but you pretty much do your own thing. The first couple of months is the phase where people spend most of their time together, doing stuff etc. I'm sure if you asked your female friends about their opinion, they would likely tell you the same.
Bottom line, if this works for you then I don't see a problem, but the reality is that one of you will eventually want something more while the other will be comfortable with the status quo.
If you're comfortable with this then it's all good I guess. And I am comfortable with this tbh, and so is he. In spite of liking him this is really all I have the energy for right now and he's in the same boat.
If you live a long distance apart or one or both of you are insanely busy, then, yes, if you both think of it as dating, you're dating. Is there romance involved? Do you kiss and lament how little time you get to see each other? Then it's defin. Jul 25, How often you see each other is entirely up to both of you. IMHO this is a good flow since I also am a little over 2months in with my guy. We meet once a week only because I share custody with two young children and its the only time I have when their with their father, some weekends too. Been dating this guy for a couple months, but we only see each other once a week. At first that was okay, but at some point I'm going to want more. He texts and checks in everyday, but I'm lucky if I get so much as a phone call since we started seeing each other (he used to call every other night, at least).
Let me also add that neither one of us was looking for anything super serious, as in I am not at all thinking about the future right now. However I do loathe the term fwb and I just don't understand why a relationship is automatically labeled that whenever it's not a serious, planning-for-the-future relationship imo benefits already make it more than a friendship, but maybe that's just me. But we are exclusive, neither one of us plan to date or hook up with anyone else, our friends all know and like each other, I've met and hung out with his brothers and he's met mine, not to mention we see each other every day.
So we're very much a part of each other's lives, just maybe not in the traditional "serious relationship" sense Anonymous : As long as it works between the two of you, it doesn't really matter what people think so don't take my opinion as a description of your relationship.
If you're happy, that's the only thing that really matters. Good luck.
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CarTay Send a private message. You see each other the whole day, have lunch together, coffee, go out on weekends Are you romantic on the weekends when you meet, or stay in? CarTay : Thanks for your reply, CarTay! Derek Send a private message. I believe if you like a person you make the time for them and it sounds like neither of you are doing that. So this is crazy timing. So yesterday when I left this comment I was going through some uncertainty for my new relationship.
So yesterday after a weird morning with him One topic led to another and there we were talking about time spent together Anyways, in the end we both laughed about this So we agreed that even if we are both really busy, we should at least see each other twice a week minimum Morale of the story is that maybe you should come around to discussing the matter with him indirectly!
Good luck dear, you never know what he can say and if he gives you some "I am too busy" bullshit excuse I have no idea how I'd deal with that, but I guess you're handling it well.
And no I haven't voiced my concerns yet because I think it's too early to have that conversation.
But like I said above, I guess I might be wrong, although I dont know how I'd even bring it up without putting pressure on him. Is transportation a problem, or too expensive?
It did get difficult and expensive to drive all the time. I had a pickup truck and she lived in a different town. Then repeat the process to take her home.
Dating 3 months only see each other once a week
It was a pain in the ass. Her town was small with nothing. Everything to do was in my city. I worked shift work. On Afternoons or midnights there would be no way it could work. So we mainly saw each other on weekends only. Eventually she moved in after a couple of years when she was done school. My heart ached during the week though. We both showed big-time interest.
Jul 19, You Only Hang Out Once A Week. you should both miss each other when you are apart. If you are going on two months of dating and you haven't met your semi-significant other's friends, you Author: Annie Foskett. I've been seeing a guy for nearly four months guyQ vizyonbarkod.com. Is it normal to only go on dates once a week or once every other week? You see each other on your own terms when it . Jan 12, Meyers calls it "the once-a-week rule." For the first month that you're dating someone new, only see each other once a week. The logic? When we spend a lot of concentrated time with someone.
But only I had a vehicle. So I can see his issue if money or time is a problem. No, transportation isn't a problem.
Thanks though for sharing your story. That sounds really tough and it's great that you guys were able to work things out. That's what I'm saying also, that you cared about her enough to have made that kind of effort. Yes, you are right, your guy doesn't seem to care enough to want this to work.
By rights, you should be the most important person to him, not his friends! So if he is prioritizing his time with them instead of you, at least you know where you stand. I did have a girlfriend in college, and she was all about hanging with her friend all the time and left us little alone time.
I dropped her pretty quick! Don't waste too much of you time! Been dating this guy for a couple months, but we only see each other once a week. At first that was okay, but at some point I'm going to want more. He texts and checks in everyday, but I'm lucky if I get so much as a phone call since we started seeing each other he used to call every other night, at least. We were friends for 6 months prior to dating, so you could say I knew what I was getting into: that he's very busy with other things in his life.
I know he's trying, but at what point does being busy become an excuse? At what point am I being "understanding" and at what point am I just settling for whatever scraps of time he can give me? My question is, how would you handle my situation?
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