How do I gain experience and learn to do something I should have learned as a teenager and start dating as an adult?Sincerely, Late Bloomer Hey Late Bloomer, Stop treating yourself like some kind of weirdo. Don't let the echoes of those crappy kids colour your perspective of yourself. Also, for the record, not everyone learns how to date when they're young or in their teens.If for whatever reason you don't like my advice, feel free to file a formal complaint here. After about six and half years of what she and her friend calls a "flirtationship", something's gotta' give. It's not the best past, especially for a girl like this. In high school, she was the one carrying loads of books and studying while I was the one whistling at the hot teacher or putting Icy Hot on toilet seats. We go out to dinners, movies, hold hands, kiss and so on — everything you'd expect from a typical relationship. She doesn't want an "official label", and for the most part I agree.I didn't really ever learn how to date when I was young like everyone else and just don't know what to do, especially when things get intimate.I don't really meet many women to begin with, but don't have much luck when I do try online or when I'm out.We are currently back together and I want to marry him. C.: If you have a crush at work, but its against company policy to date, is that enough to keep a guy away or should I take it he's just not that into me?Do you think it's OK to give him a deadline which is in November? Especially considering he's gotten everything he wants from the relationship without having to make that commitment. Steven Ward: That may be enough to keep him away from you.
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