If you or someone close to you is currently in crisis or in an emergency situation, contact your local law enforcement agency or emergency number.On Tuesday, a source close to Pitt told ET that the actor spent time with all six of his children -- Maddox, 15, Pax, 13, Zahara, 12, Shiloh, 10, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 8 -- at his home in Los Feliz, California, on April 2.He's communicated to you what he is currently looking for, so, you can do the same. If it doesn't, and you find yourself unhappy and/or you don't see things going any further, don't be afraid to walk. I thought that this made a lot of sense, and probably what I had thought needs to happen in my mind. I'm sure if it's meant to be it will fall into place.It's not that I'm avoiding the talk, it's just I have an idea that things will fall into place.At 6-12 months, I would definitely be concerned if he were still refusing to consider that you are a couple.FK NO you don't just avoid the talk because a guy is being sweet. Or is official commitment the only part he wants to take slow? I'd ask if he didn't bring it up at about the 2 mo mark. actually you're right in practice but wrong in principle. they don't leave women confused for their own emotions, they do it because the women like it.He told me he likes me and wants to continue seeing me and said that I should just "go with the flow".We see each other once a weekday, and spend Saturday night with each other. I know maybe a month is too early, but how long is too long to wait for that "official couple" status. Stop overthinking the label and just enjoy the fact that he likes you.
A wise friend told me that there shouldn't be any need for "the talk" that actions are louder than words and the fact that he says he wants to continue seeing me and he likes me, and introduces me to his friends means that he is keen and I should go with it. I disagree with your friend's view on 'the talk' - I don't like to make assumptions. However, I do agree that you should take heart from the fact that he wants to continue seeing you and has introduced you to other people in his life.
If he really needs the pace to be slow, then you might have to respect that for now.
I suggest that you table this and re-examine it at the 3-6 month mark.
My boyfriend and I have been dating for almost two years now. Your not alone to feel this way, because it happens to almost everyone.
I think we have had a wonderful relationship thus far, and he has even said so himself. However, lately, I have been worried that we may be losing the "spark" that our relationship always had. Try to find other ways to spark your relationship up.