Been dating for a year

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But now I’m extremely puzzled and need your advice.Less than a month ago, I started dating a guy who, according to my mother, I shouldn’t even be dating because he’s “way too good looking” and “guys like that” don’t like to be in steady relationships.Anyway, I try to think about what you’ve said about your wife, how at the beginning she wasn’t the type of girl you were used to dating…And I’ve followed every step you talk about when it comes to her, “to be cool, calm, and collected…”From day one, this guy and I had a great chemistry, in the sense that we truly enjoy each other’s company.I’m 30 years old, divorced with no kids, smart, pretty not only on the outside but on the inside too (so people tell me,) very family oriented and have great values.I’ve followed your advice from A to Z and GOD HAVE THEY HELPED!!!!Confusion and ambivalence are human traits, not just male ones. You continue to be the woman that no man can leave.He may very well feel that he’s not ready for love right now…and still legitimately be falling in love with you. And you pay attention to the signs that he’s not ready — his anxiety, where he’s at in his career, how old he is, whether his friends are happily married, what he wants in the long run. But if you’re happy and he’s happy, he may just be adjusting to his new reality — that he IS ready for love…with YOU. The only way it can happen is if you let it happen, not if you pull the plug.

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Life was going pretty well and we started acting like a couple again.

I believed him and didn't really take the new relationship I was in seriously.

He sooned broke up with his new girlfriend and I broke up with my boyfriend.

We both remained single except for the fact that I started going on dates.

Before that we had agreed to get back together on 1-3-11 because we started going out on 1-3-07 the first time.

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