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Joe, on the other hand, was a little nervous about moving too fast, so he set boundaries to help us keep a healthy pace. I couldn’t understand why he would want to slow things down. Tess: I'm writing to you today to see if you have any advice on how to navigate a new relationship I'm in.
We've been friends for a little while and finally admitted to each other that we like each other, and we just had our first date.
What happens is this: The guy knows it's time to break up but—thinking he's a gentle soul—he doesn't want to hurt anyone. We love to avoid the issue ("we" being a good many of us, not just men I believe).
You wait for that text bubble to appear: he replies. You can read the signs; either they're dead in a ditch or their interest suddenly is elsewhere. He described his thought process as lying to himself. Most guys convince themselves that they are saving the woman they have been seeing from heartbreak by not directly saying, "It's not me; it's you." Even if they know it's not the most straight-forward move.
If you want to avoid the slow fade, just be straight-forward with the people you date and communicate how much you value honesty.