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The piece describes the all-too-common “grey area” of dating, where “feelings are ambiguous or one person has stronger feelings than the other.” We’ve all been there (and I can admit when I’m guilty).

Although, based on his Instagram feed, he was able to carve out time to go to the beach and stuff. ” And I responded, “honestly, it seemed like you were brushing me off so I decided to make plans next week.

and for the next month, for that matter.” And we were done there.

this week, a friend of mine sent me an article by Mark Manson titled “Fuck Yes or No,” with a simple directive: “Read this.” Since it had the word ‘fuck’ in it, I was obviously sold, considering the F-bomb has been my favorite word since I was old enough to pronounce consonants.

”“He treats me well when he’s around, but he’s hardly around. It’s when we think about things SO HARD, we totally miss the point because, as Manson put it: That’s right people - if you’re not entirely sure what the fuck is up with the person you are interested in seeing romantically and you can’t figure it out, you are already fighting a losing battle. Before Uber Babe, I was sciencing this guy from Plenty of Fish who was showing promise.

We’d been out 4 or 5 times and had really fantastic dates. I mean - 6 dates is kind of a LONG time to wait to get it on.

We hadn’t slept together by the 6th date and I was starting to wonder what the hell was going on - was he just the most gentlemanly gentleman that ever was? But I liked the idea of him and held out because, quite frankly, I was getting sick of science and really wanted to get into a relationship.

We finally slept together but he decided not to spend the night, which I thought was weird.

How many times have you found yourself in an ambiguous dating situation where you are not entirely sure where you stand with the other person?

Seeing as every other article on lifestyle sites is blasting this “hook-up culture” for ruining everything, I’m willing to bet the majority of you scientists have found yourself wondering WTF is going on with the person you are seeing.

If you identify with that at all - you need to read this article and learn about Mark Manson’s law of Fuck Yes or Fuck No. And it applies to people who find themselves in the ambiguous greay area of dating. It’s this: “She said she’s not interested, but she still flirts with me, so what do I need to do to get her? It’s when we start to question our own actions and motives.

”“Well, I know she likes me, but she didn’t call me back last weekend, what should I do? It’s when, for some stupid reason, we feel like maybe we need to start convincing the other person that we’re worth it.