She does show signs of having interest in me, but she says that she wants to take things slow.
Now, girls that have told me that in the past have said that simply because that's an easy way to tell me that they're not interested.
Taking into consideration how women are generally more open about their feelings and emotions than men, if the man suggests moving in together, the woman is less likely to question whether they're moving in together simply because her partner feels pressured. The woman might be super elusive in the relationship, in which case, if her partner finds himself always unsure of how she's feeling, it's best for him to wait for her to make the suggestion. If you spend more nights together than apart, the transition will be easy.
The bottomline is, it's nice to know for sure that moving in together is what your partner wants, too. You see her before her weekly Dry Bar appointment; you've made sure he showers on a daily basis, and you've both experienced stinky morning breath. You've cooked together, cleaned together, gone to Whole Foods together, and it's all been (thankfully) drama free.
I met this girl through a friend a couple months ago.
At the time I was away from the country but we continued to talk/text etc every day.
When I asked her about her plans, she mentioned she didnt think about me at all when considering the plans. There are some who try a long distance thing BUT the odds on that working are low. Isn't the same girl you hadn't even spoken to on the phone until earlier this month?
(EDIT: Yup)I know it's hard, but you really need to let this go.
Is your girlfriend (or, wait, is she not up for making it official yet? D., a Manhattan-based marriage therapist So, to make things easier, check out these top nine signs that she's anything but all in. If she responds consistently with “we’ll see” or anything equally wishy washy, she might not be sure she wants to be with you that far into the future, Fleming says.
Now I havent said anything to her about my feelings but shes pretty intuitive so its likely she knows. You need to just enjoy her while you can and make the most memories while you have the chance and then let her go and enjoy her adventure.
I sense she feels the same way too (I know not certain but a person is largely not wrong about these things especially with the time we've spent with each other). If you tell her your feelings you have the chance of her breaking away from you way before she leaves,since the pain will not be as bad.
When you decide to share an apartment, you want it to be for the right reasons.
Here are 10 ways to know it's time to take the next step and move in together: While we do live in a modern society where women are equal to men, sharing a home should probably be the man's idea.