Diff between courting and dating
A Cancer woman is full of delicacy and sensitivity with an ultra feminine touch that makes her irresistible.
It would be handy if we could avoid the vulnerability that comes with doing the due diligence and taking appropriate action where needed.Same goes for someone who’s not over their divorce and has beliefs that affect their ability to be committed.I personally know people who have gotten together while one party was separated, and in one case the wife refused to sign so they had to wait for it to lapse and got married as soon as it did a few years later, and in the other instances where it worked out, there was no faffing about with the divorce, Future Faking etc.Taurus and Gemini are a world apart in their basic instincts and though there are relationships that fall their way, they usually do not agree with each other.Taurus is serious and very stable while Gemini is fun loving and slipping from one thing to other.That’s when she decided because he didn’t pay for a variety of things during their first weekend together, he wasn’t dateable. But should a man pay for everything when he is just courting you? He didn’t pay for her food when she went to a restaurant to grab takeout food, and he didn’t get anything.
She was also upset when she and her friends met him and his friends at a club. She’d brought along five of them because he told her he was bringing along several of his friends. She has a decent paying job, nice things, and pays for them all by herself, as an adult should.
But never the less Gemini is always a great company for Taurus while Taurus offers a rock of strength for Gemini.
Taurus people are quiet, calm, placid, steady creatures with a practical side, who keep to themselves, although sometimes their fierce nature can rear its ugly head.
His thinking could be, if she has it, why pay for these trivial things? In a world where feminism is constantly discussed and being an independent woman is worn like a badge of honor, is expecting men to pay for everything a contradiction to the Ms. While I’m not sure why he didn’t pay for all of her meals or any extras, she didn’t ask him to, so I’m sure he didn’t feel required to do so.
Of course, I think if a man asks you out, he should pay, but I also believe that if a woman asks a man out she should front the bill too.
These are only a few of the instances that led her to her conclusion that he wasn’t for her. So is she wrong for wanting a man who is just trying to get to know her to actually spend money on her in the beginning of their courtship? But in his defense, the same things that may qualify her as being independent could be the same reasons he chose not to pay for small things.