He updated his dating profile
Which is why I’m very comfortable redefining your relationship, Vanessa as “non-exclusive.” You’re just seeing a guy who’s making grand proclamations that you want to hear. If he follows up for a second date and you’re interested, accept.
You don’t have to do anything other than what he does, which keeps your job VERY simple and crystal clear.
I know in your e Book “Why He Disappeared” you talk about mirroring his actions–ifhe calls, answer; if he sets up a date, say yes—so if he keeps his profile up, I should keep mine up too?
I was thinking of giving it a few weeks and if it doesn’t come up, to say something along the lines of “Since we’re exclusive now does that mean I should take my profile down?
Resolving this internal conflict is step one because if you’re not comfortable talking to them about big “issues,” then it’s definitely too soon to even have the conversation in the first place.
While an amazing connection between two people who meet online can happen on a first date, it’s safe to assume that it generally takes people a minimum of one month to decide they want to focus on dating one person only.
(We suggest one month minimum to ensure you’re dating with dignity, which means really collecting data on your new partner before you decide if he or she is “the one.”) For men that time period can be even longer, as it can take men from one to three months to decide if they want to take themselves off the market. ” conversation is similar to the “What are you looking for in a relationship?
Before you begin to wonder what he or she wants, though, we recommend you begin by taking a look inward. Taking your own profile down for a personal reason such as “I’m taking a break from online dating” or “I find myself checking my inbox too often” is perfectly fine.
However, taking it offline after one amazing date with a seemingly amazing person is not such a great idea.