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looking for a boyfriend

Postby Sheldon » Thu Jun 23, 2016 5:00 pm

The very idea of trying to get a boyfriend can be filled with conflicting emotions. You may feel excited about the possibility of finding someone to share your time with, but you may also feel nervous about putting yourself in an emotionally vulnerable situation, especially if you are not sure about a guy’s sexual preference. Once you decide that the timing is right, and you are in fact ready for a boyfriend, there are ways to make the process a little easier while also avoiding common mistakes. I think i should start then....And you will continue, deal? so ...Decide what you want in a relationship. Before beginning the process of dating, think about what kind of relationship you want and what kind of person you want to date. Most relationships are best when you start out as friends because it gives you an opportunity to figure out if you are compatible and if the person has the characteristics that you desire in a mate.

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Re: looking for a boyfriend

Postby JerryLee » Fri Jun 24, 2016 1:37 pm

if you are looking for a nice guy, then draw on your current contacts. Your friends who already know you are likely to know what guys you might want to meet. Let them know you're looking to find the right guy, and they'll be able to help you search. They're likely to know many people who aren't already among your mutual friends, so your search area will automatically be expanded to a new group of people. Your friends can also be helpful in screening out guys who are already in relationships.
If the guy has a reputation for treating girls badly, your friends will be able to warn you about him.
It will be easier to start a relationship with someone with whom you already share friends.

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Re: looking for a boyfriend

Postby Richard Hawley » Fri Jun 24, 2016 1:50 pm

If you are part of the LGBTQ community, you may have a circle of friends that you hang out with, and there is a chance, perhaps just a small chance, that you may already know someone that you want to date in that circle. If this is not the case, you can find a potential boyfriend while going to school, work, and even while traveling. The opportunities are endless.If you meet someone and you know that he has a same-sex preference and you also know that he is public about his sexual preference, then you can be cautiously public about expressing your interest in getting to know him.If you meet someone and you are not sure about his sexual preference, hold off on publically expressing any feelings that you may have towards him because this could create an uncomfortable situation for both of you.There are LGBTQ clubs and organizations that provide a wealth of programs in communities around the world. There are also awareness centers and resources focused on assisting and celebrating the LGBTQ community.

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Re: looking for a boyfriend

Postby Adam Levine » Sat Jun 25, 2016 12:51 pm

Ask your acquaintances to introduce you to someone. Many long-term relationships, and even some marriages, have started with an introduction by a friend or co-worker. Do not be afraid to ask the people from these groups to introduce you to someone. Often, those you spend the most time with know you best and can serve as great matchmakers.Use social media to meet new people. You can use social media to get connected and meet new people. While you do not want to be aggressive when sending non-private messages, social media platforms, such as Instagram, Facebook,and Twitter, can be used to expand your network of acquaintances. The more people you meet, the greater likelihood you have of finding a boyfriend.

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Re: looking for a boyfriend

Postby Harry Kane » Sat Jun 25, 2016 3:17 pm

Determine if you are ready for a date. Once you identify a potential future boyfriend, in order to find out if the two of you are compatible, it is a good idea to spend time in casual settings, such as hanging out with friends in a neutral location or playing video games together.Identify a place for a brief meeting. A great place for a brief first one-on-one meeting is at a coffee shop where you can have coffee or tea and lots of conversation. You can also go to a movie, but you will not have as much time for conversation since a movie theatre requires silence.

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Re: looking for a boyfriend

Postby Michal » Sat Jun 25, 2016 6:31 pm

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Re: looking for a boyfriend

Postby Albert » Sun Jun 26, 2016 10:26 am

Even when the occasion is casual, be sure to look your best when you are getting to know someone. While you definitely want to be yourself, you want to be the best version of yourself.Figure out how you will invite him. With the popularity of smartphones, many people communicate by text, but the problem with texting is that you cannot read a person’s tone through a text message. While you can certainly invite someone out on a casual date through texting or email, it is best to have a conversation in person or by phone so that you can hear his voice and so that he can hear your voice.

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Re: looking for a boyfriend

Postby Peter Parker » Sun Jun 26, 2016 12:18 pm

Get to know each other on a deeper level. Once you have completed the steps above, you have been on a few dates, and you feel like things are going well, it is a good idea to be honest about your feelings. While it may take time to fall in love, you may quickly have strong enough feelings to start dating more seriously, which of course could lead to being boyfriends. It may be a little scary, but it could be worth it because being in a great relationship can contribute to a happier and more fulfilling life.Share your true feelings. Once you have gotten past the initial stages of getting to know each other, be honest about your feelings. If your feelings are growing deeper, it is perfectly fine to share that information.

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Re: looking for a boyfriend

Postby Steven Tyler » Mon Jun 27, 2016 11:28 am

Listen to how he feels. A relationship is a two-way street and it is important to truly listen to him too, instead of just talking about how you feel. Participate in active listening, which is the process of listening to him so that you truly hear what he is saying as opposed to listening in order to simply respond in your favor.If you share your feelings and he does not feel the same way, do not get upset or worry about it. When someone does not reciprocate your feelings, it does not mean that you are a bad person or that you are not good enough, it just means that you were not compatible.

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Re: looking for a boyfriend

Postby William Lawn » Tue Jun 28, 2016 2:14 pm

Notice any red flags. Not all relationship are healthy relationships. It is important to pay attention to any red flags that you may see during the infancy stages of your relationship. Issues such as uncontrollable anger or abusive communication are things that you want to pay attention to because they are not part of a healthy relationship.Introduce him to your close friends and family if you feel comfortable doing so. Sometimes they will notice potential problems that you cannot see.Communicate any concerns. If you like him but you have minor concerns, it is perfectly fine to have a conversation with him about your concerns so that they can be resolved before you move forward with the relationship.

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