Dating she means messed up
How can I get her to take her profile down without seeming too pushy?
Great question, Jason – one that affects everyone who dates online.
She and I finally got enough courage to bring up the subject, talk and make a decision.
Using our heads and not just our hearts, we broke up because we felt it was God’s will.
But beneath and beyond all that is where we get to the magic ― where the real shifts happen. Here are some of the most important questions you can ask yourself to start your journey there and to create the foundation you need for manifesting love and true partnership in your life.
It’s where the tough questions get answered and faced head on. Where you discover what’s been holding you back, what scares you, what it means to own who you are and what you want. The other stuff becomes easier when you’re plugged into something bigger and deeper.
I had this gnawing feeling the Lord wanted us to break up, but I wouldn’t listen.
And I’ve seen it all: the girl who thinks she isn’t attractive to men, the guy whose relationship is so tangled up it’s hard for him to imagine unknotting the mess, the girl who is afraid to fess up to her fears, the guy who wants a girl so badly he’ll compromise and compromise until he’s got hardly anything left.
So we talk about all the nitty gritty ― when to message, what to message, understanding male and female energy and the differences between our brains and hormones and what that all means for dating and relationships, how to show up authentically while doing the dance that is dating, how attachment styles affect everything, what open and clear communication looks like..list goes on and on.
The best way to see this clearer is to flip the situation over. She’ll either think that’s sweet and offer to remove her profile, or she’ll remind you that you’re just “seeing each other” and that she’s not ready to be exclusive. I did this three years ago and it worked perfectly. Which is why I reassured her that she didn’t have to remove her profile. And if she wanted to go out with twenty other JDate guys before taking her profile down, she could.
If some girl is into you, but you’re not into her, you’re gonna keep browsing online. However, if she refuses to be Miss Right Now and makes it clear that she’ll accept nothing less than a commitment, that’s okay. As far as I was concerned, going on a bunch of dates would only reinforce why she should be exclusive with me. Now if you take down your profile and she say anything, you might want to step up your efforts to see her more. The good thing is that there’s no downside to pushing things forward.