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How to Have the Talk with Mr.Perfect

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rinnierose

Hey Ladies,
So a month ago I met this guy at work and there was something about him that was so familiar. We talked a bit at work and than over facebook. After realizing we went to school together I still felt some weird connect to him. He asked me to coffee shortly after and I panicked cuz I knew I just got away from a bad relationship. Long story short I kind of friendzoned him. But after a month of grabbing coffee and talking he finally took me to dinner. He didn’t make it sound like a date but in reality it was the type of date you see in movies. He has everything I want in a guy and there are so many signs that we were supposed to meet that its freaky. I can tell he feels for me too but I don’t know if he’s holding back because of what I previously told him or if he’s worried that when he goes back to school it wont work. We are very open and talk about deep things with each other but I’m worried about bringing up the whole “How do you feel about us and what do you see happening in the next year?” conversation for fear that maybe he just sees me as a friend. Do you have any advice?
Or should I just let him leave and wait to see what happens.fter next week we wont be able to see each other until November but he talks about seeing me than…

August 12, 2015 at 16:30
Petunia

Petunia

There’s nothing wrong with bringing it up yourself. But since he’s already left by the time you’re reading this, I would definitely wait until you see him again in person. Important stuff should always be done in person. If he wants to ask you out, he will eventually. If someone really wants something enough, they’ll make it happen. However, if this goes on for a long time and it’s kind of obvious that you both like each other and you feel the need to force his hand (i.e. “the talk”), go for it. From what you said, it seems like he likes you. And if it’s just as a friend for now, is that really so bad? You can never have too many friends. And friendship may turn into something deeper.

August 25, 2015 at 15:04
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rinnierose

Thank you Petunia!
Him and I ended up talking for 4 hours and he finally asked to make a commitment to me even though he was leaving for school. It was really crazy lol But I appreciate your support:)

August 28, 2015 at 14:07
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