I shouldn't even be asking this but it is driving me crazy.
I was dating a guy who was also dating another girl, which I knew about. The other girl he had dated for a few months and they broke up but remained friends.
While we were dating he said that they were more like just friends and "we" had more in common.
The last time we went out we had an amazing time and it really felt like (at least for me) that we had reached a moving forward point.
Another important consideration is her culture, as there are many different customs and acceptable methods of approaching a girl.
In fact, some cultures have very strict guidelines.
The last time I tried asking her personal questions it became emotionally heated and the date ended badly.
Try these two approaches"I haven't known you for that long, but you seem really cool, and you haven't convinced me that you're happy with your guy. And if she seems willing to cheat on her boyfriend, you might want to reconsider whether you want to be in a relationship with someone who's ready to violate someone's trust.Many people wonder if it's better to ask directly or indirectly about the relationship status of someone they're interested in.While it sounds easy to ask if a person you want to get to know better is dating or not, actually asking if she has a boyfriend can be awkward.He said that the times that he spent with me were very special to him.Every time we went out it just got better and better and he was not expecting that.