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Before seeing them, are you?

should i stay or should i go?

Level of conversation.

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Who initiates the conversation?

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What kind of butterflies do you feel?

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Out of contact for a few days...

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You had a bad day, what is their likely reaction?

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When you see each other, how is the dynamic?

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It's been a while they say they can see you, but you are busy...

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A mishap occurs, you offend them is some way, what is their likely response?

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Level of comfort.

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When you ask questions, do they ask question back?

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You had plans, but something pop ups?

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When sharing a story with them, do they?

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When sharing a problem with them, do they?

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Who knows about you?

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Topics of conversations...

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Who knows about them?

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Have you ever got them smiling at you smiling?

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Do they make you laugh even when they aren't being funny?

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Can you poke fun at each other without being offended?

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Should I Stay Or Should I Go?
Yes, YES...... YESSSS!!!!

You are on the right track. There is enough interest there to continue the pursuit, continue getting to know each other. In addition, there is enough 'freshness' in the air, willingness to understand each other on a deeper level, rather than just on the surface. Keep up the conversation and stay true to who it is you are and what it is you need, not only from him but from the relationship. Also, don't forget to understand what it is they they need as well. This will keep the relationship flowing in harmony.
Potential... It could go one of both ways!

There is work involved! So this can go one of two ways, good or bad. The key here is figuring out who is holding back and why. More often than not, it is something to do with ourselves. It could be us wanting it so bad, we are trying to make something work that just won't. Or it could be us holding back, closing them off and therefore they are unable to open up. Either way, there is a lot of doubt, inconsistency and uncertainty. All that can be done at this stage is rid the doubt and find the answers. The questions to ask: What is it that I like about this person? Do we actually talk? Can I talk to them? Share ideas, goals, etc.? And is their response? How is it that they make me feel? Can I be myself? Are some days good and other bad? Do I ever think of someone else? Ever think there could be someone else? Do the what if's creep in? And when? What is it that I need vs. what is it that I want? Then, compare to what it is you have (they have). Do I really know them? Do they really know me? Be honest with yourself, because the only one you are hurting is you if you aren't. Bottom line you need to get to know each other better.
Nawwwwww.... Let it go!

Not worth your time! The fact that you guys haven't gotten to know each other better and disinterested proves there are blocks. And, that could be for a bunch of reasons as mentioned in the article. It could be incompatibility, just a fling or just the unwillingness to commit (on their side). Either way, regardless of the reason, it really doesn't matter. Because, finding out the reason won't give you a solution no matter how bad you want it. It's plain and simple... it isn't worth another thought! There isn't enough there to make it count for something.

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