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NaomiParticipantSeptember 20, 2017 at 5:53 pm #149813
I’ve been emailing with a man for some time now, that I briefly met on a skiing holiday. It has gradually shifted from friendship to something subtly more romantic. For a while, we emailed each other almost daily. Then, suddenly, I got this really intimate email where he straight out said that he can see himself in a relationship with me. He also wrote some pretty direct stuff about what he values in a sexual relationship. I’ve just come out of a LTR and I needed to think if I was truly ready for a new relationship. So I managed to use 6(!) full days to respond. In my respond I explained the situation and applogized for making him wait, and openly admitted to having feelings for him too. But now, I have this fear that I might have ruined everything, by waiting so long to reply?! He usually replies within a day, but has not replied in two days.. What do you think, could I potentially have spoilt it by waiting this long to reply to him? Do you think I will hear back from him eventually?
thomrose524ParticipantSeptember 21, 2017 at 5:19 pm #149980
I would not be turned off if I really had feelings. You need to sit back and wait. It took you six days to get back to him. Give him six days or so to get back to you. This is a turning point in your relationship. Both of you probably need some time to make sure you get it right.
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