Sometimes this can be done at home (raising your children and doing courses to further your education or working from home.) It is true if 'mama isn't happy, then no one is happy!
I would expect to be the only one this guy was seeing.About 4 weeks of that much contact constitutes the possiblity of this relationship going further, so I would hope he was taking the time to just get to know me at that point and it wasn't a judgement call between what I do for him and how I get along with him versus the other people he is seeing.Most men don't like a woman hanging off them and relying on them 100%.Some women don't enjoy being 'cook and bottle washer' for the rest of their lives and wish to have more in their lives and this can be fulfilled by joining groups (perhaps art classes, college classes, night classes in something the partner is interested in.) Many women raising children feel they are left out of the loop and know they are smart and want to be a good mother but also need to use their brain matter to better themselves.He says take it slow, not time to meet each others friends yet, it has been a month. Am I wanting to be in a relationship so bad that I am pushing this too fast or is he really going to slow? abovetheclouds, your story almost sounds like mine, about six months ago.
For me it went on for 3 months ( without progressing to anything more...), before we went separate ways.
This term may also refer to two or more people who have already decided they share romantic or sexual feelings toward each other.
These people will have dates on a regular basis, and they may or may not be having sexual relations.
This period of courtship is sometimes seen as a precursor to engagement or marriage.
Dating as an institution is a relatively recent phenomenon which has mainly emerged in the last few centuries.
You can’t grab a guy for his collar, shake him a few times and say, “Listen, dude, do you mean business or am I just wasting my time here?