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What are your plans for dating me

And don’t worry about sounding desperate or needy, either.

As luck would have it, your roommate offers cheap tickets to a local show he can’t attend.

You obviously jump at the opportunity with one person in mind: her. But to your dismay, you get a response that poses a problem for many singles: the dreaded “maybe.” For those of you who are not familiar with the dreaded “maybe,” it translates into two things in the online dating world: 1.) I’m really not that interested right now, but if there is nothing else to do this weekend…

2.) My answer is “no,” but I feel bad telling you directly.

While some may disagree with this notion, citing previous dates where maybes turned into “yes,” let me ask you this one question: What have you encountered more with a “maybe”? Ask any woman— if they really want to date you, then they will the find time.

"We all make mistakes." Nowhere is the cliché more apt than when it comes to relationships.

As a dating coach I've been privileged to help other women recognize and break free of self-defeating patterns and habits that have kept them from realizing the relationship of their dreams.

So you’ve met a girl last weekend who really piqued your interest.

She was attractive, intelligent, and the conversation flowed naturally.

You do want to give him a second chance without being a complete doormat.

And your best friend introduced him to you, so just being nasty to him won't do. This is not a trivial question, and researchers like David Buss claim that the human brain evolved to its current gargantuan size mostly to figure out complex social questions like this.

At the very least, they will offer up an alternative solution.