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"This guy's going to go into a full-court press right away.He will start texting you five times a day; he will try to completely occupy and dominate your time very quickly," says Frances.Frances is here to help us see things as they really are instead of how we want to see them.Below, she takes us through a relationship reality check to keep your head clear at every stage of the relationship: Frances' first-date trick (known as her "Heartache Prevention Question") is simply to ask him, point blank, if he believes in X (X being your ultimate dream and goal, be it monogamy, marriage, having a family, or running away to join the circus).It's not always easy to tell the difference between a guy who's seriously into you and one who's wrapped up in the moment. Lust is a powerful thing, and some men will do just about anything in the sweet spot between "nice to meet you" and "sex." Closing the gap between point A and B can be a goal some men pursue with the same vigor as Roger Federer practicing for, playing in, and attempting to win Wimbledon, for example.They may get carried away and act like you're the be-all and end-all, only to lose interest or show their true colors as soon as you sleep together.If you're just looking for sex, then carry on, but if not, how can you tell if a guy is really right for the long-term?
In fact, she's known for helping women weed out the wrong men right on the first date.
In order to do that, she devised a way to tell whether a guy wants the same things as you, which should be the foundation of any long-term relationship (we discussed it here on Smitten a few years ago). Raise your hand if you ever fudged the facts in your mind because you really wanted to see things through rose-colored glasses with a promising guy [raises hand! Well, the fudging-of-facts bit carries on throughout a relationship, sometimes keeping us committed to the wrong guy for months (or years).