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VariousMattersParticipantSeptember 7, 2016 at 3:45 am #110640
So I (23) have been seeing this guy (25) and going on dates with him, he lives 3 hours away from me which makes it hard, but we have grown emotionally really close and there is an immense amount of potential. He is moving closer next year, so we have both agreed to take things slow until we can spend more time together. I think I may be deeper in than he is, which is fine by me as people aren’t always on the same page. My parents recently decided to take a trip overseas and I can take somebody along. Usually I would just take a friend but I really honestly feel that I would have the best time in the world with him. Im just not sure whether it is a stupid thing to do, as firstly I don’t want to come of as pushy and secondly I don’t want to put pressure on something and possibly loose him as both a friend and a potential partner. It isn’t a secret that we are very attracted towards each other on both an emotional and physical level. Am I playing with fire?
coldturkeyParticipantSeptember 7, 2016 at 1:24 pm #110711
How long have you guys been seeing each other and still not yet dating.Taking him along on this trip would be a good way to get to spend some time together and get to know him.Ask him and if he says no…well then move on and ask a friend to go with you.Don’t lose out on a great vacation either way.
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