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    Default The 'D' word ...

    So I've been asked out on a date on Friday night. I declined the offer saying I have my boys that night - but truth be told my mum would probably watch them for me. This guy is nice, he's the brother of a girl I socialise with. I actually have two other guys texting me ATM too. It's all a but overwhelming and always seems to happens at once!!! Buuutttt I'm still so chicken to 'date'. What the heckle is wrong with me???

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    Just do it!!

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    Haha ... You sound like one side of my brain

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    I agree, DO IT!!!

    Although this is coming from a total romantic who has now sworn off men and dating for life 😏

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    Do it!!!!

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    Don't go if you think you won't enjoy yourself. Sometimes it can be counterproductive to force yourself to do something you're not into. The last thing you need is a(nother) bad dating experience to put you off even more...

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    I say go. You might have an amazing time and if not you could just chalk it up to dating experience so that when Mr Right does come along you won't be out of practice!

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    Compromise - say you can't go out for the evening since you have the boys, but could get them looked after long enough for a coffee date??

    I say do it though...your past experience is making you hesitant which us to be expected. No one likes being hurt. But he could be a great guy ready to treat you like a princess.

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    I say go, but you don't have to treat it as a date. Just go along and enjoy some casual adult company

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    So I've been asked out on a date on Friday night. I declined the offer saying I have my boys that night - but truth be told my mum would probably watch them for me. This guy is nice, he's the brother of a girl I socialise with. I actually have two other guys texting me ATM too. It's all a but overwhelming and always seems to happens at once!!! Buuutttt I'm still so chicken to 'date'. What the heckle is wrong with me???
    Nothing wrong with you! I'm thinking you just don't feel that spark with this guy... He's 'nice'? Yeah I don't think nice cuts it. Just because guys like you doesn't mean you should be dating them, and that something's wrong with you if you don't!!


 

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