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Woman Offers Wise Insight Into Men Who Send Sexy Texts Too Early On

She totally has a point here.

Everybody online seems to offer dating and relationship advice, and a lot of times it's not even good advice. But @Sabrina Zohar shared some recently that we think is spot on!

Sabrina starts by saying that this is for people just starting off in a relationship. She says that if you've already had sex with him, this advice isn't for you. Her advice is for people who are just starting a new relationship, and if he's already sending sexy texts, it's not because he's being fun and flirty, and it's time to set some boundaries. She feels that sexting too early in a relationship can be a red flag. She goes on to say that it shows their intentions, and it may even mean they're not at all interested in a relationship.

Yep, we can see where she's coming from with this advice. We also like that she sets the boundary because it can open up the conversation about what the other person is looking for. Because if he's looking for a sexual partner and not a relationship, that's fine if that's what you're looking for as well. But that's also information you want to know if are looking for more than that.

@jojogolf407 agrees, "Agree!! My boundary now consists of blocking. If they lead with that…it shows their lack of intellect/class." @Cind adds, "The second you shut it down, they usually disappear." @Mellybean shares, "Say it louder for the people in the back!!! Expressed to a guy that he’s coming on too sexually too soon and that was “his vetting process” but he “also wanted a serious relationship”. I had only been talking to him for less than 24 hours."

@Augusta admits, "It happens to me! good to know what to say to them!" @Sabrina replied, "I had a gal ask me and she said the guy got mad and gave her an attitude, I was grateful cause she got to see TRUE intentions so quick!!" Agreed! Hope this helps lots of women out there!

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