Internet dating closed vs open fields
I’d like to give you some earthshatteringly brilliant advice that you haven’t previously considered, but I very much like your take on things. At which point, you can get back online to find a guy who really DOES want to commit to you.Keep your profile up, give him a few more weeks to step up to the plate, and go with “Since we’re exclusive now, does that mean I should take my profile down? And for your own sake, please check out Finding the One Online to guide you through every step of the process.You don’t have to do anything other than what he does, which keeps your job VERY simple and crystal clear.
If he doesn’t take his down, would that mean that he is trying to keep his options open?
I know in your e Book “Why He Disappeared” you talk about mirroring his actions–ifhe calls, answer; if he sets up a date, say yes—so if he keeps his profile up, I should keep mine up too?
I’ve been dating a guy online for a month, and he brought up the idea of being exclusive, to which I agreed.
At what point should I take down my dating profile?
” Or will bringing it up at all make me seem needy and jealous? It’s like making a New Years resolution to do cardio, but refusing to ever set foot in the gym. Maybe this guy needs a dictionary to clarify the term “exclusive,” but, by pretty much any standard, “exclusive” doesn’t mean logging onto Match to peruse other women. You want to know how the concept of “mirroring” (seen in “Why He Disappeared”) plays into online dating. If he emails you immediately, you email him back immediately. If he asks for your phone number, give it to him with a time to call.Which is why I’m very comfortable redefining your relationship, Vanessa as “non-exclusive.” You’re just seeing a guy who’s making grand proclamations that you want to hear. If he follows up for a second date and you’re interested, accept.