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Gentlemen Speak: How Do You Know If He’s Taking It Slow or Dragging You Along?
Meeting someone new that you genuinely like and who likes you is such a rare thing, it's almost impossible not to get all giddy when it happens. You know exactly how it goes: You've stayed up until 5am drinking prosecco in bed and making each other come multiple times. You've both cried while talking about how much you love your dads. You've compared birth charts and know each other's moon signs. And then all of a sudden, you realise you want to be around this person all the damn time. Maybe you're even being a bit shit at replying to your friends' WhatsApps. No shade - we've all been there. Instinctively, you know this is probably a silly idea. You've heard that rushing into things in the early days can fuck everything up.
How to take a relationship slow? If it seems too good to be true, it may actually be too good to be true. A man who is relationship-ready, mature, confident and self-aware will also realize that good things come to those who wait. Finding out if your new guy subscribes to the same mantra can help you both keep a similar pace with reasonable and realistic expectations.
Men, though they think they're simple, are not always so easy to read. Often, without knowing it, they send mixed signals. And when you're dating early on, it's confusing to know where his real intentions lay. You may wonder if he is taking it slow and getting to know you—or if he is dragging you along and not even thinking about a relationship.
6 ways to take things slow in a relationship without stringing someone along
After all the bad first dates, awkward hookups, and rude AF ghostings, you finally met someone with relationship potential. The only problem? You don't want to move too fast been there, done that , and you don't want to get bored taking it slow. But—stay with me here—those aren't your only options. You can take it slow and keep things interesting.