Adult Dating Milestones Guys Fear
When adult dating, guys look forward to the first kiss, the first “home run,” etc. However, some “firsts” are a bit trickier. Here are a few tips on going through them when adult dating. • Impressing Your Buddies Mixing your guy with your friends is like drinking tequila and jumping in trampolines. It could be totally awesome or it could go the other way and be a disaster. However, a little prep work can help everything go smoothly. • Dealing with Your Inexplicable Distress Maybe you get into a bad mood every month, maybe around holidays or when working through an office deadline, but guys don’t know that yet. They always think if they set you off somehow. Generally, when guys sense they’re in trouble, they tend to pull away, neglecting women when they most need the support. Don’t keep guys guessing, so a quick
explanation that’s straight to the point can keep your guy from worrying he might be responsible for you being crabby. • Literally Sleeping Together The first time you doze off into a sleepover devoid of sex can be weird for a guy. You begin asking questions like, has your sex life lost its fire and fizzled out? Have you lost your mojo and think you’re not all that between the sheets anymore? This is one of those times for you to stretch your understanding a little further. Tenderly cuddle your way to dreamland, and then sent him a text message the next day saying you wish you hadn’t slept because you now strongly desire for him even more than usual. That’s the way to do it! And then, pounce on him when you get the opportunity to erase any lingering doubts. • Getting Caught Ogling Over Somebody Else What girls need to know when dating guys is we’re only human, so it’s natural to make mistakes. There will be some instances that a guy will check out a waitress in her short skirt, perhaps because he hasn’t seen one in months, and get caught by his girl. Surely, it’s going to be hell for him when she gives him a hard time. Noticing other women who are attractive is simply an instinct, and in no way intended to insult you. If you guy gets absurdly rude about it, it’s only right to call him out and demand an apology. However, losing it on him will just make you look jealous and insecure. Here’s a better ploy: Give her a knowing grin and make a comment like, “She’s cute, huh?” He
definitely knows he’s busted, but he doesn’t feel like he’s guilty of doing you wrong.