Dating moving too slow
Do not confuse being pushy if she turns down an escalation attempt as being aggressive. This is why you must show interest in them not just on an emotional level, but also a sexual level, as both of those are critical components of a relationship.
Another problem with taking it slow is just the sheer time.
Now herein lies the rub: if you like her, especially if you like her, you want her to become attached to you.
You do not want her to "keep her options open." And, as women themselves know, the best way to make a woman attached to you is to have sex with her!
By definiton, taking it slow consumes more time than escalating quickly.
Time leads to uncertainty, and uncertainty is almost never in your favor.
You can’t always have sex on the first date, but you should always want to have sex on the first date, even if you’re really into the girl and want a relationship. So stop trying to convince yourself that "taking it slow" is appropriate and stop taking these unnecessary risks.
We’ve all done it – been so totally smitten with the new guy in our lives that all we want to do is make out 24/7 and ignore all our other commitments.
Soon we’re texting him all the time, which is probably the 2015 equivalent of writing your name with his last name in your math class notebook.
You might be waiting to call someone your boyfriend without knowing they have zero interest in that label.
If you take things slow, you can take care of yourself and not get your hopes up. This goes for sleeping together, putting a label on it – any aspect of a new romance.