I only met the gal for the second time over a group dinner, when she indirectly expressed doubts about Jay’s intentions. She dropped hints about being open to any insight those of us who are his female friends may be able to provide. Whenever I considered cueing her in, I remembered how perilous it is to place oneself in the center of a couple’s battlefield.
However, I also wonder if sometimes all it takes for a man like Jay to finally make a commitment is to force himself into one. If certain men tell themselves they’re not in love in order to make sticking around seem less confining. In the end, can fake love ever become true?
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**Reprinted from Laura K. Warrell's blog Tart & Soul at www.TartandSoul.com.