Daily Free-for-all Discussion- August 09, 2019

Welcome to /r/dating_advice. Please use this daily free-for-all thread to ask for advice, rant and rave, share something you've learned about dating, and help people. Remember our rules, be sure to include ages and genders if you need help with a specific situation. Report any rule violations using the report button. Thanks! submitted by /u/AutoModerator [link] [comments]

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No response is a response. This is how I moved on.

I (28/F) met a guy (26/M) at a bar with my girlfriends. We went on a day the following week and then went out again the next. We both went on vacation for a week and he went radio silent. I reached out to him and said “hey let me know if you want to go out again!” He said “sure! I’ll let you know!” I left it at that. A week passed, I texted him again “hope work is going well! Want to check out this new brewery?” He said “sounds good I’ll let you know!” On Snapchat he posted a ton of videos out with his guys that weekend. Not going to lie, I was a little annoyed. We haven’t talked since then. I’m not going to chase someone when I’ve already asked them out twice with no plans. I’m not going to call him out for going out with the guys instead of me. Instead I’m going to swallow my pride and move on. The right person will text you, make plans with you, and not make up excuses. Now I’m going to enjoy the rest of my summer. Cheers :) submitted by /u/preppyinthecity [link] [comments]

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Dating a single mom (22/F), need advice please. (29/m)

I recently began dating a beautiful single mother, and honestly, I was nervous about her being a mom at first. I haven't "dated dated" in a long while. But I managed to get a first date kiss (after I broke the kiss, she kissed me again), and we have gone on a second date (hiking, and dinner). We already have plans for a third date, and possibly further (she made a reference to a bigger date that we'll do further down the line.). She texts me while she's at work when she's on her breaks, and there's always some sort of teasing going on; I can definitely feel chemistry between us. I guess I'm just trying to figure out what to do next? I don't want to move too fast and freak her out, or too slow and lose her interest. I really like this woman, and I don't want to lose her based on something dumb that I might be able to avoid. ​ Edit: So, apparently, she has somewhat answered my question. She asked if I could come over to her apartment after our next outing, so we can cook supper together. submitted by /u/DatingandConfused198 [link] [comments]

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You need to match or exceed the expectations you set for a potential partner.

As a single man on various dating sites, it’s easy to get caught up in the swipe-syndrome where you just swipe based on the first few pictures. It’s easy to forget to take a step back and look at yourself and reflect on who you are as a person, where you are in life, and what you bring to the table in a relationship. The most common thing I think is overall health. Listen, we all want a partner who is attractive, and maybe even smoking hot. But you gotta match them too. You absolutely cannot sit there and expect an attractive and successful person to want to date you if you’re unhealthy and/or don’t carry yourself well. You have to take care of yourself in order to attract those kinds of people - the people you want to date. There are tons of unrealistic people out there who don’t want to put in any work for who they want and it’s very off putting. submitted by /u/_bbennyy [link] [comments]

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