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iBelieve in TrueLove asked Would a guy become a little more guarded if he's developed strong feelings?
Not so much distant..he's still consistent but guarded...but would a guy become 'guarded' if his feelings become stronger for a girl? (esp. if this relationship is getting closer and he's been cheated on in the past fr. few, true blue exes). In the beginning, he used to be a bit more confident, secure about things. The closer we're getting (and the longer it's been), it feels insecure. He just admitted to me that he's going to try to open up more but because his past damanged him a bit (not my fault), his guard has been up. Fr. my understanding he also mentioned that since we met, he's been "romeo" (guess easier for him to be romantic?). W. what his friends tell me, he's the "nice guy that gets taken for granted and finishes last". He hasn't been in a relationship in years have talked/gotten to know people in between. What's contradictory is that he's been more "emotional". We had a little spat/conflict and he didn't even "want to mention it" (the idea of things not working out) and got a little choked up. We were talking about the movie "up" w. a particular scene abt a married couple growing old and I was tellin him how I cried when i saw it. He started to comment on it, stopped, and said, "aww baby". Keep in mind, we're also nearing our mid 20's but are in no rush of settling anytime soon (just started being "official" in the beginning of this yr). I told him a joke my family always told me growing up...they always made fun of how "hairy" i was (not like a guy tho) and i sighed and said, "maan, I don't want sasquatch babies" (in general) and he responded, "babe, i'm not THAT hairy". Also, I usually don't see him everyday (we're both very independent people) and sometimes, I'll stop by his place to see him before work. We saw each other alot last week (not too much nor for too long; us two or sometimes with others) and this week, he hasn't invited me to see him before work 🙁 yet he's always stressed tellin me how he would like to switch to the morning shift so he could get out early and spend time w. me the rest of the day...it's all very confusing. Maybe it's the case that if a guy is really focused on one thing, he just is. Thoughts? Will he open up?
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Lol Kemo I Agree. Even though I'm not that old I don't like all that slang or text talk I should say everyone gets mad at me because i spell everything out. Anyways to get to the question: I'm pretty sure they would.For instance you wouldn't want any woman, lady or girl to walk up to someone that you have very strong feelings for and guys come off a bit more jealous and aggressive than women depending on their character. He will eventually but it takes time for guys well not all guys but most guys to open up to woman or even show their true feelings and emotions. It's a good thing that women have the patients to wait for them to come to their senses.