Making a decision is easier when you do this.

You’ve been dating for:

  • One day
  • One week
  • 3 months
  • 6 months
  • Etc.

He’s acting different. Suddenly, he’s:

  • Distant
  • Weird
  • Prickly.

Which makes you act out. You get:

  • Clingy
  • Overtextish
  • Weird.

Sometimes you’re the guy in the above. Sometimes he plays the girl role. But either way…

It’s normal. And happens pretty much every time one of you asks yourself:

Is this whole thing worth continuing?

At work, it’s a Go/No Go. A Decision Point. Time for a Cost/Benefit Analysis. And it would look something like this: Sit back. Look at all the angles. Run the numbers. Check to see if there’s any history of crazy with this vendor. Make a decision.

No big deal.

In relationships, though, it’s easy to get freaked out when a Decision Point arises. You overthink. Stress. Forget to analyze. Ask sources to weigh in on a scenario they know nothing about.

So.

Stop. Take a moment. Put your business hat on. And evaluate.

  • What are your triggers?
  • What are you looking for, exactly?
  • Is he really what you want…or do you just not like losing?
  • Why?

That way, when he starts acting distant, weird, or prickly…you’ll be ready.

Cool-headed.

Able.

And making a decision will be so much easier.