This week we have another Hotline. We answer three questions from our followers.
Q #1: Hello Jean-eva, I need help, my last partner of seven years was a narcissist. It has been three years since that relationship and I started dating six months ago. I met somebody really great but I think it may be too good to be true. I’m not seeing any signs of him being a narcissist but it is going so well. I have this overwhelming feeling to end it. Am I being crazy?
Q #2: I went on the best first date last week, he’s so handsome, I was so attracted to him. I felt instant chemistry and we agreed on almost everything we discussed. He walked me to my car and gave me a hug. I said I had a great time and we should do it again and he said me too, let’s do it again! and then we went our separate ways. When I got home I texted him and said I had a great time, thank you so much for dinner, and I haven’t heard from him since. Did I mess it up by sending that text? Did I seem too eager? Also, why would you say let’s do it again and then not reach out and plan something, it’s so rude. I don’t understand, we had so much chemistry
Q #3: I’m an autistic adult and I have a really hard time online dating, I find first dates hard because conversations with me are different from conversations with a neurotypical person and I can never get on a second date. So I added the fact that I’m autistic to my online dating profile, but my matches went down to almost nonexistent. It was the Hinge prompt that said “something you should know about me” and I said “I’m autistic” almost zero matches then I took it off my profile but would tell someone after a few texts and then they would disappear, what should I do? I’m almost about to give up.
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