We're just wondering if those flowers mean that you fingered a stranger at the movies last weekend. What's the point of introducing this hot, awesome guy to our friends when we've already dated a hot, awesome guy whose name was Andrew and he left us for a woman he claimed he was just friends with? We'll assume your cutesy texts about how much you like us are total B. That means you'll get a sea of "yeah, yeahs" when you try to be nice to us.
That doesn't mean you should stop saying those things (because you should not stop!
If that history has been established, keep it in mind moving forward.
If he's acting irrationally, it certainly isn't your fault, but take into consideration that (within reason) it isn't entirely his fault either.
You feel super vulnerable and scared, and you act like a weirdo with new guys because you're just super off your game. Not because we don't want to do it sooner, but because our last relationship was with a nightmare monster from the sea, so we're always waiting for the shoe to drop. Especially if our last boyfriend would do super-nice things for us after treating us like crap.
With that in mind, here are 11 things we wish guys knew about dating someone who is fresh off a bad romance. So no, you didn't do anything wrong by buying us flowers. We probably won't want to introduce you to our friends because we assume you suck.
Women tend to get over cheating more easily than men because women chat to friends, see therapists and try again.
It may have something to do with the biological clock, or come down to the old saying "a problem shared is a problem halved."Women speak an average of 20,000 words per day, whereas men speak an average of 7,000 words per day.
Men who have been cheated on need more time to trust again than women.
I know you don't see yourself as a random person, but we do.
Give us time to release those super-personal details because we want to, we just can't yet. We are going to be lazy AF in terms of pursuing you.
You are permanently on the verge of exploding with all the things you keep bottled up.
Someone you know very well asks to borrow , saying she'll pay you back in a week.