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I have an interest in a man and i believe it is mutual

I have an interest in a man and i believe it is mutual

Postby Guest » Wed Aug 04, 2004 4:19 am

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I have an interest in a man and i believe the interest is mutual. I had a party (he is my daughter's soccer coach) and we talked comfortably throughout the evening on a "friendship" level.

However, he left saying "I'll call you in a month when soccer season starts." Should I call him and ask him out? Also, I just ordered one of your e-mail books and haven't received it yet. Should it not be in my e-mail? Thanks.
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Postby vitalcoach » Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:48 pm

If he said he would take a step, give him space and time to do it. If he is into sports, he enjoys challenges and competiion. If dating with you becomes too easy and predictable, he could loose interest.

The risk is to expect too much too soon. I know how you feel.

The best you can do on your side is keep your options open. Stay socially active and don't act like you expect the world from him. Keep it open, free and flirty.

In the early stages it is essential to focus on fun and quality time, not security and long term. If you build up complicity, this will give you a solid ground. Dare to be sexy and truly fun to be with. No hang ups. No worries.

At the end, trust yourself and trust your instincts. If you know you want to take a step, trust yourself and go for it. Bumping into him casually in town or at another social event is usually the best alternative to a fixed date.

Does this make sense?

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