(Original post by elizabeth1993) okay so there is this guy at work, who i've actually only really worked with like a handful of times. I always ask him why does he want to know…and he’ll come back with the “you’re just so hot there’s no way you’re not talking to anyone else” line. He might want something more and when a guy asks "are you seeing someone else" it means like if your like going out with another guy! Although being upfront about what you're looking for can be a good tactic, be aware that asking a new guy or girl for a commitment too soon may feel like an interrogation, says Aaron. Women will think ‘Does he like me, is he right for me, how will our babies look’? That’s because men know EXACTLY what to do to see you. Reason #1: It frees up your conscience to see other people too I hesitated to write this first one because you shouldn’t feel guilty about dating other people regardless of his dating status.
This is normally when you know that a guy is interested in you.. Mmmmm I’m inclined to agree that “seeing someone” is the more “serious” phrasing.

But SEEING them means that you see them frequently in situations that aren’t typically considered DATES, for instance, you go to Trader Joe’s together because you … You’ve been dating a man for a few weeks, and while you think it’s going okay, you find yourself looking for signs he is talking to someone else. He wants to ensure that you are available before putting out the real effort in talking to you over a sustained period of time. He’s thinking of asking you out and wants to know if you have a boyfriend. Please can someone help me help my friend realize she just needs to move on. we get on well and have banter and a laugh, but then at the same time i find him a bit annoying and i'm pretty sure he finds me a bit annoying too! If you try to know you’ll complicate things. Many people struggle to determine exactly what the phrase means, while forgetting that the most important part of sharing your life with someone else is having open lines of communication. This topic contains 8 replies, has 1 voice, and was last updated by Mae 4 years, 5 months ago . You’ve been dating a man for a few weeks, and while you think it’s going okay, you find yourself looking for signs he is talking to someone else. Almost every conversation he asks me if I’m seeing someone else. You’re afraid to get too emotionally invested in this situation until you’re sure that he’s interested in you and you alone. This question will plague his mind once he’s into a girl. When you have a crush on someone, whether he's your best guy friend, a friend of a friend, or a guy that you always see around at parties and event but have never really spoken to, it can feel like you're going to go crazy if … Ghosting, disappearing on someone without a trace (or goodbye text or email or phone call), is sometimes the default way to end things with someone you’ve been seeing … 0 0 0 Login to reply the answers Post And they can do all that without your help. I am a guy, but I think men have become extra weak these days….less assertive, indecisive and hyper emotional. He asks you if you have a boyfriend almost immediately because he wants to know if you are available and thereby worth his time to speak to. Home › Forums › Dating and Sex Advice › When he asks if you're seeing someone. Sometimes it can seem totally impossible to figure out if a guy likes you. When you stop texting to see what happens, you have nothing to lose. Maybe you’re paranoid because you’ve been cheated on before. The thing is you can’t read his mind and you can’t spy on him… your only choice is to figure out how to keep yourself stable and stop worrying. Even shy men know this, so don’t make excuses for any man and feel you must HELP HIM OUT. When he asks if you're seeing someone. Like, “dating” is you’re going on DATES. But it’s almost like he has a radar or something, because recently he has been asking me if I’m seeing other people. More importantly, if he is seeing someone else, why I’d recommend that you see other people too! They have to ask you out, set a date, pick a place and show up.