We been dating for 2 months

I'm just trying to avoid coming across as either too distant or too needy. I'm going to chat with them next time I see them about what level of contact they like, but thought I'd see what the norm is. Share Share this post on Digg Del. For me female , text every other day and meet up once a week is good. Less than that is not ideal. Can be more frequent. In the beginning, I usually keep it to 1x a week dates and the occasional communication.

However, after the first month, things naturally increase.

She starts reaching out more, I take the hint and plan more dates, etc.. It's a natural progression. But in general, I really value my independence. So I'd like a woman that was cool spending days a week doing her own thing with friends, hobbies, etc.. Also, I've never felt the need to have daily communication. I mean if my routine is pretty much the same day to day, do I really need to check in and tell you about it? Originally Posted by fitnessfan Originally Posted by h Occasional communication like once every 2 or 3 days?

Well based on my personal experience, I've come to realize that women are a lot like cats.

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They come and go as they please, and need time to warm up to you. If you over pursue or give too much attention, it's secretly a turn off.

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So the best thing a guy can do in the beginning is plan one date a week. Then let her initiate communication if she wants to talk before then. As she gets more emotionally invested, she'll reach out more with cute texts and the guy leads planning more dates.

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Pursuing to achieve an emotional connection comes from a place of feminine energy. Masculine energy is to take action. So when a guy gets emotionally needy and contacts her all the time, he is essentially becoming the woman in the relationship. I tend to assume guy is not interested if he doesn't contact for 3 days? And obviously I can't ask him straight so what can a woman do.

Definitely not a fling typa thing.

The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except as expressly permitted in writing by A New Mode, Inc. Expectations in dating at 2 month mark. Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 of 5 total. January 12, at 9: Are you sexually exclusive? I think that should be your first approach and see how he feels. I always bring that up before having sex with anyone. Do you think he goes on dates with other girls?

January 12, at January 13, at Expectations in dating at 2 month mark Your information: O personally wouldn't call a 2-month relationship serious. That's because I've been married 10 years, and that determines my internal definition of what "serious relationship" means.

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For me, 2 months is the run up to discussing if you'll be exclusive or not, which I think we put off until 3 months. In other words, it should still be lighthearted and fun. I know this part is advice most aren't very good at practicing: Before that you are typically dizzy in love with your projections onto the other person, your hopes for the right person, and the other person's best persona, not them. Delete Report Edit Reported Reply. LikeSeriously Send a private message.

Wilde, how soon did you feel it was him, the man you want to marry? Well now, I was just happily enjoying him and the time with him. I was very young 19 when we met , so I wasn't marriage minded, mostly focused on my studies. But he surprised me and proposed about a year in.

My immediate reaction was to say yes, even though he was being a big daftie. We were engaged for another year and a bit. And married 10 years