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We don’t know who created it or when, but it’s a universal truth; a biblical commandment; a 3-strikes you’re out law. What I’m referring to here is the texting pattern that was developed PRIOR to the first date. Someone who makes me feel he has things under control.The alternative to this bullshit is, of course, to go ahead and text first. You end up looking desperate, lonely, obsessed, cat-lady-like, too eager, impatient, stalker-esk? If the date goes well, you would expect the texting to increase from this point. They’re considered “traditional” and “old school.” But, perhaps you did go on a date with a “traditional man” and mind games are now commencing. These gentlemen may be more inclined to calling, which means you can simply re-read this article and replace to get the same point. I don’t have THE answer to this problem, because the answer actually changes depending on the connection, your emotional status, and your expectations prior to and after the date. Or, perhaps the romance movies are NOT bullshitting us and the right one will text at the right time. She believes in full engagement and aliveness, and trains people to see and overcome the barriers that prevent them from living fully.
Many of us may experience a tendency to pull back a little or balk at the thought of being “reined in.” Once we’re in a relationship, we might feel we’re losing freedom or even a part of ourselves.
As much of a control freak as I may be, I truly desire a PARTNER. Someone who knows what he wants and works hard to attain it.
An unemployed man who is still “finding himself” in his 30’s? A man who is comfortable with not only you being the breadwinner, but you making ALL the important decisions in your lives and partnership?
A man who asks you to ask the waitress for another soda for him?
I’ve dated the “modern man” and let me just say, it left a LOT to be desired.
What complicates matters more are pre-existing patterns, modern gender roles, and generational differences. A man who’s self-confidence equals or may even overshadow my own.