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When marriage is on a man’s mind he is saving for the future. Men hold onto their hearts longer, at the beginning of a relationship, than women do.
I bet you can attest to that, within your own relationship. We’re enthralled when we meet a man we feel an instant connection with.
It adds to our spirits and gives us hope that our life is going to be enriching and rewarding. It’s hard not to get caught up in what you’re feeling. I’ve been so overwhelmed with the promise of falling in love that I’ve told the man I cared for, very early in the relationship, that I envisioned a beautiful future as his wife.
It caused him to pull back and in one case, he just disappeared from my life.
Your other single friends all probably have their own jewels of advice that range from dating another man to make him jealous to giving him an ultimatum.
It’s a constant in our dreams of a happy and fulfilling life. They take their time falling in love, they’re much more fickle and they wait a lot longer to reveal what they feel to us.
Most women know the unmistakable feeling of being head over heels crazy for a man who seems to just “like them.
It’s a common issue and for a woman who believes she’s met the man she’s destined to be with, it’s a disheartening thing.
Months, then years pass and the most we get from our guy is the occasional ‘you’re cool’ or ‘you’re a lot of fun.’ Futures aren’t build on fun alone.
There are easy ways to tell if your relationship is headed for something more substantial or if he’s considers you his girlfriend or in some cases girl friend.