I think at the very base of his thought process is the desire to make himself seem more valuable to you. If he gave up another dating (online dating with Match.com) prospect "for" you, he believes you will cherish him more...
Ok, I guess not a good time to ask..
I never know what is up with men. He brought it up over dinner. Why? Then he brings it up again..
I don't talk to him about my dating (online dating with Match.com) life. Why is he bringing it up?..
It sort of seems this response was meant for the other poster but it is addressed to me... Not sure.
"I never know what is up with men. He brought it up over dinner. Why? Then he brings it up again.".
He brought it up twice because it was something that was on his mind..
"I don't talk to him about my dating (online dating with Match.com) life. Why is he bringing it up?".
Why do you feel that just because you don't talk about something, he should automatically feel prohibited from doing it? He's not the same person as you..
Let me ask you this: Have you told him you don't want to talk about dating (online dating with Match.com) other people?..
Considering that earlier that same evening he hadn't made up his mind yet about leaving the girl, I wouldn't assume he meant what he said about leaving her. If you want to know, you can always casually ask if he's decided what to do about her.Since it's only been a couple of weeks, I wouldn't take anything he said about liking you too seriously. At this point, it doesn't even really matter whether or not he meant it. Feelings that grow that quickly can disappear just as quickly. He likes you enough to want to continue seeing you. Beyond that, you shouldn't worry about it...
He's leaving her for you? the two of you barely know each other and are both dating (online dating with Match.com) other people. What about the people you're dating (online dating with Match.com) - I guess everything is on the casual side which is fine..
How do youfeel about him? Why is he finding a woman he barely sees boring?? How might he soon come to view you ? .
2 weeks.Jack and Cokes.I agree with the eyeroller, LOL. Quit wasting your time thinking about it. If he means anything in real life, then he will make a decision when he's sober, and HOPEFULLY won't be rushing into things cause that's a bad sign, too. I still pretty much discount a lot of what my BF says when he's had a few; I mean, I know he means it at the time, but if it's really important I say "you know what, let's talk about this when we're sober." Seriously. It's been 2 weeks, you'd been drinking, don't give it another thought, PLEASE, it's just a waste of energy (and I mean that in the kindest of possible ways). Just go with the flow and see what happens and try not to overanalyze every little thing.
***If you don't know where you are going, any road will take you there. Lewis Carroll (1832-1898)***..