Jun 11, 2018
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David Tian Ph.D.: The rationale or the reason and — or the context for this talk is out of my own life, as is all of my lessons come out of my own life. So, you might have also experienced these challenges, where you have chemistry with somebody, you fall in love, or you get along well enough that you’d want to see them again, and then again, and again, and again, and soon enough you’re seeing them on a regular basis.
And you’re doing couple things and then that turns into one year, two year, three year thing. And it wasn’t really even a conscious decision for many guys as it wasn’t for me to get into a relationship. You’re just having fun, casually dating, and then next thing you know, you like certain girls in particular, or guys if you are a girl, and you start to hone in on one or two individuals.
And if you’re mature, or if you’re like a cool adult in the modern world, you never really have that talk of like, “Are we girlfriend, boyfriend now?” That’s often the weaker party begging for reassurance at that point. So you’re probably the dominant one like, “Yeah, no problem. Yeah, let’s just hang out.”
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