What the????

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Registered: 03-21-2011
What the????
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Tue, 03-29-2011 - 11:17pm

Where to start.

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Wed, 03-30-2011 - 1:06pm

I wouldn't take this as a learning experience just yet.

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Wed, 03-30-2011 - 8:39pm

well I wouldnt drink again some choices are and can be clouded and made without thinking things through...if you are in the counseling profession you should know this :)...I am agree with the other post he may be a bit well not wanting to be quite so forward after the last episode...men are fragel creatures about those things... text him in a couple days and ask him to a walk ...men find it easier to walk and talk ...

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Thu, 03-31-2011 - 7:32pm

I agree with other posters.

Make sure you are not "talking to him like a therapist".

Denise

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Registered: 03-06-2011
Sat, 04-02-2011 - 2:45pm

Hmmmm. He seems kinda old fashioned (paying for all the dates). His MO might be to be the "classic" guy (not letting you know about all his foibles). He's probably embarrassed. He had plenty of time to think about it last weekend.

If I were you, I would give him some space. Now you said he wanted to see you during the week? Then see him one night this week. Behave like nothing awkward ever happened. He will either ask you out this weekend or he may decide to stay home and watch more basketball. If that happens, don't chase after him. His last impression of you is "business as usual on Wednesday night" and that will stick in his mind.

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Sun, 04-03-2011 - 9:30pm
Just a quick update. This weekend was pretty quiet we talked on the phone, but didn't see each other. I once again went out of town. His birthday is later this week and I am trying to decide if I should make dinner or take him out. The most eventful thing said this week was, "I opened up a little now it's your turn." which once again leaves ke wondering where I stand with him.
Thanks for the advice. I also wanted to let everyone know that I am really careful about mixing work (being a therapist) with being in a relationship. I try not to ask a lot of questions and tend to let him steer the topics of conversation so I don't feel like I'm at work. Will keep everyone posted as to how this turns out. Thanks again.