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Q: I have a bit of a 'problem' with forcing issues when it comes to dating.If I really like someone I tend to just tell them and get it over with.Imagine it like this:'Would you like to go out this weekend?' (bad)'I'm going to this cool exhibition (or whatever) this weekend, come!Who's to say this person even knows if they like you yet?The problem is if they're not sure then their answer will sound like a 'no', when in fact it's just an awkward response to a situation they're not sure about yet.They'll feel your attraction by watching how you are around them, you don't need to verbalise it too soon. Q: I live in an area not conducive to meeting guys and am the single one amongst my friends so group outings to go out and meet people are hard to arrange.I'm just wondering if you have any tips on how I can get back into the dating scene as it's been a while and I'll be doing it on my own this time. It's ridiculous to sit there in love with someone who you don't even know loves you back (or even cares, let alone LOVES).
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But don't rush people to an answer that doesn't exist yet.
Also telling someone too soon that you are falling for them is unnecessary and a little scary.
It's this particular behaviour pattern that will cause people to run in the first place.
People don't want to be put on the spot over whether or not they like you, they want to come to that conclusion themselves.