Date: 2017-11-16 00:46
Mind you, we 8767 re not saying spontaneity is bad heck, it 8767 s something sorely lacking from most overplanned modern lives. However, if all you 8767 re getting from a guy is spontaneity, that 8767 s a pattern worth noting. You need to figure out if he 8767 s really interested but bad at planning, or just casually interested.
Also, it occurred to me that you would be even more interested in the Q& A part of last week 8767 s live event than the lecture. Some of the questions we covered:
This post really hit me. I 8767 m in a similar situation however, I believe he 8767 s the first man I 8767 ve ever truly loved. He has commitment issues and will never really settle down with me. I 8767 ve come to realize that he is not good for me and have left twice but he has come back every time without promising me a future.
Needless to say, I m no longer speaking with either guy. First one had made a really good impression too.. Sad that he wasn t very original.
PPS: For those who missed the 8775 How to Connect Deeply 8776 teleclass with Christine Mason on her new book Indivisible , here 8767 s the replay and download link for you:
Oh nononononono we can’t let that be you. So you will pay very close attention to what a guy does , and take anything he says with a boulder of salt. Look for actions, not words. Actions, not words. Actions, not words. A thousand times: actions, not words.
When trying to gauge interest, this is the overarching theme. Is he actively pursuing your company, or just settling for casual bump-ins and group events? The more deliberate effort a man puts into spending time with you, the more interested he is. Doing something that risks rejection, such as asking you out on a date, raises the stakes and is an even stronger sign of romantic interest.
And if you have a go-to resource that you 8767 d like to share with the rest of the Tao of Dating community, please write it down here in the comments! Whether it 8767 s running, knitting, playing with your pet, a particular book or poem, I 8767 d personally love to hear about it, and I 8767 m sure the rest of the readers could benefit from it, too.
If you’re going to spend time on anything, says Kate, make it the images. “If you devote a weekend to creating a profile, spend most of it getting your friends to take photos of you and only 75 minutes to half an hour writing the words.