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Now, this guy is such a front-runner that she drops every other prospect like a hot potato.
After emailing with a bunch of losers online, she meets a guy whose profile knocks her socks off.
She gets all excited about him, and the first date does not disappoint.
You can't believe how, after dating so many men who went absolutely nowhere and drove you downright batty, no red flags have arisen.6.
When you're at the store, you pick up his favorite candy/soda/lemonade just because.
He's finally become "John" instead of "skinny legs" or "pre-med."2.
You feel excited about the idea of finally calling someone "my boyfriend." You might have started calling him this already in conversation because it's easier than discussing him as "this guy I've been seeing who's really amazing and could be, like, a Real Thing." 3.Just because you had a great date, just because you had electric chemistry, just because you were at his place until 3am does NOT mean he wants you as his girlfriend and does NOT mean you are long-term compatible. You do not commit to someone who has given no indication he’s committing to you.It just means you have a serious crush with potential. That guy still needs to follow up regularly in order to prove himself worthy. Now if he’s been calling you every night, and seeing you 3 times a week for the past few weeks, then yes, you can take down your profile and focus your energies on exploring this burgeoning relationship.And, if I don’t talk with him immediately, when is the right time to talk about being exclusive (if he doesn’t bring it up)? I’m going to give you a cheat sheet to tell you the most effective way to get into a relationship with a new guy.Before I do, I’d like to pre-empt all of the people who are inclined to tell me I’m wrong because they did it another way: yes, there are 100 ways to do things.Our chemistry was immediate (physical, intellectual, and emotional) and things have been very easy so far. I am totally comfortable with the speed (how often we are communicating, seeing each other, and sharing information about ourselves).