I love you.
Nearly every day I get calls from rather upset women, who complain they don't understand why their boy friend, who claims to be be 'madly 'in love' with them, has suddenly gone from being very attentive to being rather distant. When asked on a Friday night, 'Do you fancy going to the pictures, then a drink with some mates down the local'. He replies, 'Sorry love, boss has asked me to work late. I don't know why he's asking, but he says it's important. I do love you. I'll call you soon' and never does!' or 'Sorry can't see you tonight luv, I've already made plans' A day or so later you text him, but he doesn't reply.
If a man was that in love with you, he certainly wouldn't be behaving like this, quite the contrary.
So how do you find the man of your dreams, quite simply, he has to come into your life when the time is right. Don't go looking for him. When nature wants to bring him to you, he will.
I have known women who have never found a man to fall in love with straight away, but what they did find, were men that gave them something else. Compatibility. You both find you like the same things, and after some time, you discover that those moments of compatible silence, aren't a strain on either of you, and just being with each other is brilliant.
You like that person from a different perspective, it's an uncomplicated love, that brings you together in a more relaxed calm way. Your not constantly looking over your shoulder, checking to see if he's looking at other women. He's not worrying that your going to stand him up. He doesn't want to control you, possess you, be demanding. While he's with you, all he wants to do is enjoy your company. Eventually, you end up living together. Then one morning, you wake up and look at each other, and suddenly those eyes of his are talking. He slowly takes you in his arms, and with a gentle voice that could melt a thousand hearts, he whispers those tender words, 'I love you'.
Jackie: PIN 500285