Just wondering if there is a guy playbook that tells men to kiss a woman intimately when she opens up to you? Is this a play to stop the conversation in its tracks or an intimate way of agreement?
I have been dating (non-exclusively) my best friend of 10 years for about a month now. Things have been going really great! He has really opened up to me and it really is growing into something amazing.
That being said - I have opened up to him twice about having feelings for him. The first time was when I was laying in his arms after having sex... and he was holding me... and I said "you are too good to me." He grabbed my chin and kissed me deeply and intimately.
Thereafter, we were talking about him attending a stag nite for a wedding he will be MCing. He said he didn't want to participate (they are visiting the playboy mansion) - and that he and his friends got into a real fight about it. He told me that it is because he thinks it's a waste of money; it's stupid and that he isn't at that point in his life anymore. He has said on several occasions to me that he no longer wants the player lifestyle. I told him it was a once in a lifetime opportunity and that he should go! He then grabbed me and kissed me deeply and intimately.
What do you think? Is he just trying to shut me up when I discuss feelings? Or is he trying to express himself without saying the words? I am so confused...
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Considering the context of your conversation about the playboy mansion gig, he wasn't trying to shut you up with a kiss.. he was happy that you felt that way about it and was supporting you because you were supporting his friends without just saying "yea your friends are being immature "or something like that. So his kiss was like saying "thank you so much. you really understand me".0