I mean, you're awesome, he should be excited, but there's a point where it gets weird (and that point would be after your third date and his mom is saying "hi" to you).3.
He's Dying to Meet Your Friends Let's say you've had a couple great dates, and when he asks for a third you unfortunately can't make the night he's asked about because you have plans with The Girls.
Today I'm going to examine a huge question I often receive regarding the good stuff; particularly “I met an amazing guy” Syndrome! It’s like taking a bite of chocolate, or the refreshing, first taste of ice cream as it slides down the back of your throat on a hot summer day.
Wonderful on the first 3-6 dates, he will most likely be able to smell it on you like cheap vanilla perfume, and consequently he may then VANISH! That said, how do you then enjoy and relish the POSSIBILITY that this man could be someone you want to get to know better without “wrecking it,” or trying to protect yourself from getting disappointed or hurt.1.Ultimately, you may be disappointed, AND that is perfectly ok.Feelings are not bad, especially feelings of sadness or disappointment.He's trying to impress you with long range plans for 1 of 2 reasons: He wants to lock this down or he's trying to bed you.Either way, order the lobster and go home alone.__How do you deal with guys who come on too strong?""Work sucks today, my boss is being a total jerk.""Stew for lunch at the caf—so glad carrots are in season; what are you up to later? He's Shouting It From the Rooftops The guy above was obviously so excited he was telling everyone he knew about his new relationship.