You start dating someone new. Things are going great. You begin to get excited about the way that things are going and start to fantasize about the future with them. Then, panic sets in. Strategy meetings begin and analysis ensues. Then you begin perceiving that they are pulling away from you when to the naked eye, nothing has changed.
Specifically, this hub is about how to tell a guy that you want a relationship with him, and not just Of the carnal variety. Of the biblical sense. You know, sex. First, though, let's consider something: Do you want a relationship with him or do you want to be able to say that you're "in a relationship" with him? There's a subtle difference.
As a woman, you probably know exactly what you want to hear from your partner. Certain compliments and phrases just never get old—no matter how many times he says them. Sure, guys like hearing that you love them and care deeply about them, but if you really want your words to hit home, you have to do some work to get inside his head. It makes men feel good when they know they can support their partner and be of service. You might not think guys need this kind of reassurance, but the truth is, they do.
Is he just being friendly? Is he flirting? Is he interested? What are men actually looking for in a woman they want to date? The real answer has to dive deeper, into what men are actually looking for in a long-term partner and short-term too!