i havent had a guy pull away from me.....the two or three month mark.this a new thing the two month three month thing i dotn give too much away .....i have a fair amount of fun in this time getting to know someone........i keep it lively......i dont get bogged down......i do spontaneous things.them a bit of magic ....loads of laughs.....them feel special...by clinging but by the fact i read them pretty well and know what they love, what they hate....i am there without being clingy.....normally like spending time with me because i make them feel good...i am cheap date....i dont cost much to entertain...i do expect an imagination from a guy though ...a guy willign to try soemthing new and do that together..i show them little things and make them see what i see....i need a guy who thinks deep.....do you do in this three month mark on dates and such..you have actually meaningful passionate conversation do you laugh a lot....where do you go on dates....It's hard to say based on the information given, but I say go lighter on the makeup during your first dates.
You might be attracting men who go for a particular look that you cannot maintain.
Eye contact with cute strangers that could spur a date proposition also no longer occurs.
And in that excitement, it’s easy to jump ahead and make some big dating mistakes. Here are nine things to avoid doing in the first month of dating: 1. Here’s a rule you can steal from “How I Met Your Mother”: “Never make plans with a date further in the future than the amount of time you’ve been going out.” Of course, in non-sitcom land, this rule gets voided once you’re in a serious, committed relationship — otherwise, no one could ever make marriage vows — but in the first month of dating, keep plans for the future at a minimum. I barely wear any makeup (none on most days) and have mild acne scars.It doesn't seem to affect my ability to attract men as long as I don't dress like a bum too.I have to admit, the only fight we had was exactly at the 2 month mark because I began to show some insecurities.
But if you overcome this hurdle, you should be classified as "moving to the next level" because most new couples do not survive this point. Two months (or somewhere between two and three) is when the guys I'm dating lose interest, and I end up getting the boot. I desperately need a new car, but I'm working on it. I'm usually on time, and I call/text when I say I will. When we first met, I had just moved, so it was a little chaotic then, but it's calmed down tremendously since. My GF and I had our 1st and only fight (so far) at the 2 months point. My last 2 relationships also ended at the 2 months point, where I decided the women were not long-term material for me. I'll admit - I have my issues (we all do), so I will take responsibility and say that some of it probably had to do with me, but I'm starting to see a pattern here. He went from living 2 hours away in his little hometown to living about 5 minutes away from me. He's going through some major life changes in the past few weeks, so maybe that's what I'm picking up on. As stated above, this is usually enough time for people to decide to move forward or move on.However, my personality has remained pretty consistent. When I go on a first date, I usually get pretty dolled up. I wear my best outfits, and I really try to look as good as I can. My guy has seen me a few times now with little makeup on (due to sleepovers and being seen first thing in the morning).My friends ALWAYS notice how different I look when I do this. So now he knows what I look like when I'm not all dolled up.This should be a no-pressure time to get to know one another.