They may call, constantly text, twitter or show up any time with "special surprises." Though their intentions may be good, the result of their behaviors is to drive the other person away.Their partners may feel deprived of privacy and become turned off because the other is being too intense, too soon.
The story starts a couple weeks ago when I was introduced to a young lady by a mutual friend.
Angie Barry may be sitting at lunch across from me, but she’s a million miles away.
On the table, next to her iced tea is her cell phone, which she glances at every minute and a half.
We’re both in the same profession and the setting seemed perfect for a relationship. We went out for coffee for the first date and things seemed to be going well.
We discovered a mutual passion for our Jewish heritage.