Unfortunately, I get the feeling that women today want things fast. If you let your relationship develop slowly rather than fast, the girl will dump you for someone else that's willing to taking things faster. I've seen it happen. Not just to me, but to many people I know. And sadly, those type of guys just use them and thats why women cry later on because their boyfriend/husband is a jerk.
That's true, I mean though, don't approach and say you want to start something but need time.
Start with a friendship, quite openly and then see how you like her.
Can do that with more women, as quite obviously, at first it really only should be a friendship.
Don't force it though.
I found that friends of friends did the trick for me.
I got chatted up a couple of times and eventually I found a beautiful girl I'm not engaged to!
Unfortunately, there's no guarantee we will ever find THE woman. My uncle is approaching 60 and has yet to find THE woman. He has never been in a serious relationship ever since he got divorced in his early 20s. He's been alone since then. I do hope I'm not like him when I'm 60.
I'm not making promises, just saying how to improve the chances on skipping some of the incompatible females out there.
Being single isn't all that bad of an option either.
Quite obviously, this isn't a viable option to him
Well, for now it should, as as I said: don't rush things...
In the end it help having faith and/or not feeling the pressure.
Your decisions will be much less "forced" or "blindfolded" due to the longing for "relief".
You don't want a candy bar, you want to decide what your life (ideally the rest of it even) will look like, as the partner you chose will make a big impact on your life, your decisions and your environment.
Don't. Ever. Rush.
I know it's hip to do nowadays, but those who blindly follow this trend are sometimes not those types of partners that will stay too long. Glassed Silver:mac