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I didn't want a commitment but now I do. Is it too late? How do I ask for it without scaring him off?

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is this love or stupidity?

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There's this guy I fell head over heels for when I was 13, I'm...

By ashleyspenstar_2 | Apr 27 2016

Which boy do I choose?

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By blackcherrylimeade | Apr 25 2016

I met this guy online, we met once, we spchated alot in a month. He stopped replying my messages ?

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What am I supposed to respond to this?

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How can I tell a supposed one night stand is interested when he just texts out of the blue?

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I made a big mistake with a guy who I didn't expect to like as much as I do now. What can I do to fix it if possible?

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Met a guy on Grindr (not usually my thing) and we had a really fascinating conversation. He suggested we exchange numbers and said he'd blow me up the next day, which he did. We went out for drinks, then ended up going to dinner and having a great time. When I headed home sent me a text asking if I made it home alright, and if I'd be interested in seeing him again the next day. We met again for dinner and drinks and then went to his house. We slept in the same bed, but he said he wanted to hold off on having sex (which was totally cool with me.) He asked me to text him later that evening, but he wasn't particularly chatty for the next day. We made tenative plans for this weekend, but considering he's usually so talkative I can't help but wonder if the communications slow down is a bad sign.

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So this guy and I have been out twice and he has asked for third date.He never texted or calls really, but he seems interested. He didn't kiss me on the first or second date but kissed me on the hand for the second. He sent the below message and I tried to give him a hint into what I wanted. (I'm in blue : )

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Should we break up?

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By nothingtodo | Apr 04 2016

My boyfriend and I have been dating for 10 months, and we both love each other. Lately, I've been questioning our relationship due to his lack of effort. We rarely go out and go on dates. I try to make plans and he always backs out cause he's lazy most of the time. We live just over an hour away from each other, and I've been the one making effort to go over to his place to see him and he doesn't do the same for me. He prefers to go to the gym instead all the time. I've confronted about this to him and I don't see him really changing. I love him very much and he is my first real relationship, but lately I've been feeling lonely and confused on whether I should stay with him or move on.

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By ankshuswun | Mar 30 2016

So I have been dating this guy for a month and a half, we have one of those whirlwind romances going for us. You know the one where you have an instant connection with that person, and feel as though you have known them forever. Yup, well we have that.

What makes this a little different, is that we live together. Backdrop - I live in a houseshare for working professionals, I had been there for over a year and half and have seen a few people come and go. I didn’t think anything of it, when he walked through the door.
It was on that day that we started to get to know each other, and wasn’t long before that we started taking walks along the golfcourse together that would ultimately lead to our first kiss then boom relationship.
Things moved exceptionally fast, and it was only then that I realized that hey, I think he just might be the one. Although without better judgment I began to wonder if this was infatuation and my crazy outlook on love playing its tricks on me. Now no one can really prepare you for dating your housemate or the inability thereof to actually compare it to a normal relationship, this was something so far off my radar that I think I’m beginning to lose my mind.
Now, how do I explain what it is im feeling? First of all, never, never have I ever been with somebody who makes me feel the way that he does. He has this ability to stare holes into you with his enigmatic charisma. We had what I wouldn’t call our 1st fight but more an argument.
I have two questions:
1. Whatsapp tends to be our form of communication like most couples during the day when we don’t see each other, but there are times where he will say chat later, and then be online the remainder of the day. Or, he will read my messages and not reply until much later. I am really anxious and I know its only been a month and a bit, but I always worry. Am I being silly?
2. How does one maintain a healthy relationship under our circumstances especially because we live with each other.
We do respect each others space, and we only spend the night in each others rooms on weekends. We are going with the flow for the most part? But is there anything I should be on the lookout for, or do’s and don’ts.

PLEASE HELP!!

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We are in the friend zone and i don't want to be in the friend zone i don't know about him but my friend who is his friend says he seems to like you but how can i be sure he does like me

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My girlfriend viewed my Snapchat story but isn't responding to my snapchat? She's been squaring me all day and it's so annoying. I am a guy, by the way.

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Ladies,
I am unsure whether or not this girl likes me.

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By runawaybride_2 | Mar 10 2016

Hi guys,

I am writing because I need advice for how to handle the predicament I am in. I am engaged, and have been in a relationship with my fiance for 3 years. We have a great time together, he is the sweetest and most considerate person in the world, he loves me and would do anything for me. Our families get along great and everything seems to be perfect. We have an exciting sex-life, albeit not as exciting as 2 years ago. We both have great careers and have the same future goals. The only area where we don't mesh is the fact that I'm a hopeless dreamer, someone who always wants to be fulfilled spiritually and who is always looking for inner peace, and can never find it. My fiance doesn't have that desire, and it's not something we talk about. After all, it's difficult to explain when I don't necessarily know what it is that I am searching for.

We are planning the last details for our wedding in a few months, and the closer the wedding date comes, the more terrified I am. I have found that talk of the wedding gives me knots in my stomach, makes me feel trapped and makes me lose attraction and devotion to my fiance. I have never cheated on him, but I have noticed that I've started noticing other guys more and I have a strong urge to be with someone else sexually and passionately, it's almost like I am planning how and with whom to do it. I can't get it out of my head, it consumes me and I have no idea how to bring it up to my fiance - or if I even should. He would be heartbroken. The idea of losing him and not being with him is equally as scary to me, if I ever saw him with another woman I would be heartbroken too.

I can easily imagine a life where we don't get married and where I am free to explore myself and what life has in store for me. I have a much harder time imaging myself as someone's wife, someone's mother and someone who has everything mapped out. But where we are currently; everything is planned and paid for, guests are invited to our destination wedding, and it seems like pulling it is impossible, and I don't even know if I want to.

I should say I am 29 years old, and this is the first really long relationship I've had. I've dated guys for longer periods, but never with the amount of commitment in my current relationship. I cry every day, and my fiance is noticing that I'm affected, but he thinks it's just wedding jitters and that everything will be fine. It might just be wedding jitters, I don't know. I used to be excited about our engagement, but I dread everything about it now. I don't want to be married, it feels like I'm walking voluntarily into a prison. But I also don't want to lose my fiance, whom I adore wholeheartedly.

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