What not to do while dating a guy
Im in the military and manage people near your age. Yes, it may be hard for someone to hear that you're not interested in them, but that is NOT your fault.I remember how 17 and 18 yr olds were in college while i was a senior at 21. As long as you're being honest and respectful, how your actions impact others is not your fault. He does the thing where he mentions that his friends are bugging him to go out and hints that he wants to go with them, but at no point says "I would like to go out with my friends tonight instead of hanging out with you." Juuuuuuuust GOOOOOOO. He assumes you want to get married and have babies ASAP. Okay, this is not that big of a deal, but still speaks to a lack of attention to my life.20. "Two minutes of missionary, rolls over, watches Burn Notice" is not how to get a woman off. No amount of "sorries" make up for repeated little thoughtless-nuggets like this.5.
”, because I’ve had to let guys down like that before and every time I’ve felt really crummy about it and it always gets kinda awkward.
The only thing you can control is your intentions, and if you're well intentioned, that's all you can do.
That being said, I would say it's almost less fair to him by not being open and honest with him.
I kinda laughed it off and half hugged him and he left. Once I was in a similar situation and I mentioned that once or twice, and all romantic vibes went away.
Because of that, I’m now pretty sure he’s interested romantically, but I still could be wrong. He doesn’t give me creepy vibes or anything, but honestly I’m just not interested at all in him romantically, and I don’t want to date a guy who’s that much older than me. Don't give another thought about his feelings. However, I agree with the others that you shouldn't feel bad for turning someone down.