he wants to take things slow because he is looking for someone he can be great friends with first

Visitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Female
Its been a year since my divorce, was married for 12 years and have recenty started dating. I met a man online and we talked for several weeks online and via the phone. We went on a first date and talked for hours. After he called and we went on a second date. The second date was great too...both ended with a nice hug...no kiss. He called after and wants to go out again and we get along great...is is normal for man not give a little kiss by date 3. We have talked a lot and he has said he wants to take things slow because he is looking for someone he can be great friends with first. It's driving me nuts because I really like him but common a little kiss would not hurt. Confused as to why but intrigued by him because he has a great personality and we really do click. I am just being impatient..should I be greatful he is going slow?

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If you are going to have a good relationship you will need to open up and let him know how you feel about things.

Tell him you are willing to go slow but that you would feel comfortable with a kiss at the beginning and end of the date.

If he balks at this you might wonder what planet he is from :-)

Good luck!

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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