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Thread: What does it mean when a married man acts like this?

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    What does it mean when a married man acts like this?

    My friend and I were both talking to each other alone. While he was talking to me, he kept touching his face throughout half of our conversation. He'd keep rubbing his chin, touching his neck and lips. He spent most of the time touching his lips with the tip of his fingers while he was talking to me. He's never done any of this in front of me before.

    Also, as I was heading out to leave, he said, "I hope you enjoy the warm weather, such as yourself." But then he caught himself and quickly said, "such as today."

    Normally when he texts me, he doesn't initiate the conversation and doesn't use any emoticons within his messages. Just recently, he has started initiating the conversations and he has started using smileys whenever he'd text me.

    He's married and I'm single. What's going on with him?

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    He sounds like he is nervous around you -- that is why so twitchy and random touching his face since he is married that makes sense -- leave him alone, dude is married.
    Life is a song - sing it. Life is a game - play it. Life is a challenge - meet it. Life is a dream - realize it. Life is a sacrifice - offer it. Life is love - enjoy it.

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    He does this to concentrate on the conversation. I catch my husband doing this once in awhile. It's not love language if that is what you are thinking.

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    does it matter why he's doing this? it could be a million things.
    just don't get involved with a married person - period. you'll lose out and get hurt in the end.

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