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Most women would’ve been climbing the walls after a month or two.
You were right to hold off having “the talk.” Far too often, women jump the gun and scare men away.
(They’re all single or divorced, so I don’t know if their advice is any good.) There has to be a better way than either of those, and I’ve already tried telling a previous guy I dated what I wanted, and he walked away. Dear Stacie, Right now, you’re in a pretend relationship… But as you correctly said, he hasn’t made anything official, so you know you’re not his girlfriend. First, I want to congratulate you on your patience and easygoing way.
But you’ve been acting like a girlfriend for six months, so I can understand you want to know if this is going anywhere.
Second, good for you not taking the advice you’ve already received.
Healthy individuals will wait for a lot of information before offering a commitment — not three weeks. You will see and witness this temper — throwing things, yelling, cursing, driving fast, hitting the walls, and kicking things.
At first, you will be assured that they will never direct the hostility and violence at you — but they are clearly letting you know that they have that ability and capability — and that it might come your way.Does he give you a reply or does he ignore what you said, as if he wishes it never happened?