How Can a Girl Tell from a Man’s Eyes If He’s The Type That Can Settle Down in Relationship?
Settle Down In A Relationship And Raise A Family without Wasting Her Precious Time In Small Talk With The Guy?
You can't really tell just by looking at someone whether they're a serious relationship sort of person. You can tell a little by their actions, but if a guy isn't dating someone chances are they're just having fun until they are dating someone. Really become friends with the guys you're interested in. Talk about your plans for the future and ask what they want to do with their lives. I think that would be the best way to figure out what you're looking for.
I'm not really sure it's a healthy way to approach people, with thoughts about whether or not they're the settling down kind at the forefront of your mind before anything else! Might miss out on some great and fun friendships that way
You can't tell by looking in someone's eyes if they will settle down. That is really a fantasy approach and has nothing to do with reality.
In order to know if the person will settle down you must get to know the person intimately first. A man has to want to settle down with you in order for it to happen. If he marries you out of obligation because he thinks that's what you want, both of you will be very unhappy.
You have to take chances to get to know the guy. There is no magic trick or quick pick. A guy will be a playboy today because he hasn't met the one he wants to settle down with, and tomorrow he meets her and gives that all up for love. He may start out not knowing if he wants to settle down but getting to know you and fall in love with you might make him realize he wants to spend the rest of his life with you.
by dashingscorpio 4 years ago
Is there a real difference between “fear of commitment” and “refusing to settle”?When a man is hesitant to enter into an exclusive relationship or marriage it’s often said he has a "fear of commitment" and when a woman is hesitant to enter into an exclusive relationship or turns...
by dashingscorpio 5 years ago
Do you believe (most) men in their (20s) are looking to "settle down"? or "play the field"?I read numerous posts from women in their 20s who are very unhappy with men in their age group when it comes to dating & having a serious relationship/marriage mindset. I suspect...
by thirdmillenium 8 years ago
Given a choice and funds, where would you like to live (migrate, if necessary) and die?Or, do you want to stay put where you are?Me, first flight to South Pacific Islands
by Keneisha 4 years ago
What is marriage material?Im only 21 right now but I would like to understand if it me or are guys my age just not ready to settle down into having serious relationships?
by JOELL1206 8 years ago
MY SON FATHER IS NOT READY TO SETTLE DOWN SO HE ISNT ONLY MINE WOULD I B HAPPIER WITHOUT HIM?WE HAVE A SON TOGETHER BUT HE ISNT READY TO SETTLE DOWN, SO HE IS WITH MANY WOMEN I JUST FEEL I CANT TAKE IT ANY MORE. DO I STAY OR GO
by StricktlyDating 4 months ago
How to tell your parents you're dating a much older woman or man?When there's a HUGE age gap but it's time to introduce your new boyfriend or girlfriend to your parents. I think you should probably warn them beforehand? Any ideas about this topic?
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