Dating is an active process and as a result, requires a conscious attempt to plan and execute.
Additionally, someone that is willing to invite you to their home or go to yours after just meeting likely has little more than sex or a very casual relationship on their mind. If they're truly interested in finding a deep connection, they'll want in-person meetings to happen quickly.
Perhaps, they are recently divorced or widowed, and legitimately not ready to get involved in an intimate relationship.
Then, there are those who are too afraid of taking the risk of falling in love because they have been hurt too much in their previous relationships.
Maybe he doesn't want you to meet his boys because he doesn't view your relationship as a long-term thing, or perhaps his friends don't even know you exist because, to them (and whomever else), he's still single. And then there's this: What's the one thing all these “crazy” chicks have in common? He's the common denominator, so either he's grossly misrepresenting these people, or he was incredibly skilled at pushing their buttons. Decisiveness can be difficult, no question about that.
These days, it's easy to have a relationship with someone who you think you have a future with -- only to find out that it is really a dead-end romance.
Quite often the discovery you make is that the other person is emotionally unavailable or just commitment-phobic.
For most of us, there's nothing quite like the beginning of a relationship. But what if, at the start of a relationship, things aren't all rose-colored and bouncy?
What does it mean when tiny things keep popping up, leaving you feeling uneasy about your partner and insecure about your relationship?