If he tells you he already has plans or doesn't want to see you on that day — take note.
Maybe you're not that into V-Day and could care less or maybe he's not into it either, but his apprehension could be a sign that he'll never be ready to make you his Valentine.2. Blog Spot Whether or not you decide to spend the holiday together, be realistic.
Reevaluate the potential relationship post-Valentine's Day: Mr WGifs After the holiday comes and goes, take stock as to how you feel about how the whole thing went down.So, a week or two ago, the guy I've been dating made it known that he is only dating me and constantly reminds me of such.Yet, when relationship talks come up he says that he is looking to take things slow and that he doesn't want to rush into anything.(But if he does, be thankful.)Also, don't expect him to ask you the girlfriend question just because it's V-Day.While we think it's important that you and he have that conversation at some point (if you do in fact want a relationship with him), remember that there's a lot of pressure on V-Day and he may not want to go there.3. Word Press If the guy won't commit to a plan or you're worried he might back out at the last minute (a potential red flag — if he's overly wary of spending V-Day with you, he probably has some misgivings about ever making you his girlfriend), then you should buck up and form a plan of your own.again; we mean plan to do something FUN — something that doesn't entail hanging around your love-struck couple friends and something that won't have you ending the night crying into your pillow.