I mean, it’s been two months, the relationship is going swimmingly, and she seems ready to move it to the next level. Like so many people in a new relationship, she’s afraid of all the possible things that could go wrong. What if he’s hiding this weird, deep, dark secret about his life? What if he moves away for his job in a year’s time (an actual possibility)? It’s the question that keeps so many of us from pursuing our hearts and our feelings. Like most good friends, I love my friend dearly and would do anything to not see her hurt. She honestly believes — and she’s a very level-headed, rational and logical person — that this guy has more than just a passing feeling for her. The game play theory suggests he’s doing it for the same reason she framed her question as an awkward hypothetical — he’s trying to protect his own heart and feelings, having come off of a bad relationship that was uncomfortably one-sided (hers).… continue reading »


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For example, let’s look at our hypothetical friend, Pete.… continue reading »


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RD: Did you get ANY messages from guys that seemed nice at all? AW: No, but the creepy messages most likely ruined it for any decent guys that might be around.… continue reading »


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