Generally speaking, to get to the point of going on a date, there is some level of attraction there.However, unless you’re superficial or living in Lala Land, the point of dating is to build on the attraction, get to know the person, and ensure that whatever ideas and assumptions you have are grounded in reality.I really feel like we have connected ever since then. He said he wants me and that he really likes me but he couldn’t see the relationship going anywhere since we were both planning on leaving at the end of the summer.
As upset as I was, I accepted it and was happy to at least still have him as a friend. We started to hook up twice but he immediately pulled away and said that he doesn’t want to hurt me.
It’s not cheating if you’re not married.”When the news of Kristen Stewart “cheating on” Robert Pattinson exploded in the news yesterday, I was reminded of that conversation, described as a “shocking cheating scandal” the news coverage surrounding this couple has been absolutely hysterical and I just don’t get it.
The backstory is Kristen and Rob met on the set of the 2008 movie “Twilight”.
I’ve been emphasising something over the past few months that I feel it’s time to revisit: Dating is a discovery phase.
Use the period from when you meet whether it starts out online or in the ‘real world’ as an opportunity for you both to discover the ‘facts’ about one another and assimilate whether you want to progress…or opt out.