The only way to find out is to your words.
Hate to break it to you, you’re not even in a relationship with this dude.
You’re going to have to run the risk of getting rejected – many times – so that you can learn to find the approach that works for you.
If you were to ask me what you’re doing wrong… well, my first thought would be that somewhere along the lines, you’re triggering people’s creep-dar.
One of the things we rarely think about with the end of a relationship is the way that the other person changes our identity.
Dude, from reading your letter, she’s doing what a lot of people do in toxic relationships: she’s giving you the chance to say “no” but making it clear this isn’t the answer that she wants.
Trying to get some clarity isn’t desperate, it’s the first step in establishing some much-needed boundaries.
I’m a 24 year old man who’s a virgin.
It’s almost a universal problem: people see somebody who’s absolutely amazing but, for whatever reason, they never say a word. And the longing for what might have been begins.
I’m just your normal everyday man. I need help understanding why this girl isn’t interested in me anymore.
I’m in a confusing, morally conflicted place and I could use an outside perspective.
Am I overthinking this? Am I mind-reading him?
I want to confirm that these are in fact red flags, and that I’m not going crazy.
I went the nuclear option. Should I have?
Our culture is weird. We don’t like talking about dating — especially with the people we’re dating.
Emotional chemistry is not the same as physical chemistry.