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itsmyturnParticipantNovember 23, 2015 at 6:46 pm #88902
I am separated and have dated. I am now seeing someone I like a great deal.
we have been out a few times & slept at each others homes a couple of times.
he’s cooked for me… calls or texts every morning and evening. Deleted his online dating profile.
things seem to be going well
he is very complimentary, attentive.
I know I’m very insecure and analyse everything! I’m really trying not to.
We usually see each other once or twice a week due to scheduling etc…
He’s very stressed right now with work and I’d like to do something for him as he is very generous with me. I’d love to book a b&b for the night this weekend as a surprise but not sure how he would feel. Also, don’t know that I’m seeing him. He is very busy (as am I) but we have been together the last 3 weekends so am I being presumptuous to think we will this weekend?
Not sure if its too soon to do something like this. He has mentioned getting away for a couple of days before Christmas.
daisyasterParticipantNovember 24, 2015 at 5:09 pm #88967
I think you should cool down a little bit, it is great that you are excited but give yourself and him sometime. I am not sure if surprise is a great idea. I do not say it is not. I just say you do not know him well and how he may take it considering his situation. Maybe you should give him sometime to get some work done. You can directly ask him if there is anything you can do to help him relax maybe. Most guys like direct conversation. It is just my opinion though based on experience.
AnonymousNovember 28, 2015 at 9:28 am #89064
If you don’t back off and be a little less available, you are giving him green light to be nothing more than a fling. Why would you sleep at his house after a few dates? Do you really think men think “marriage; commitment; girlfriend” on date one or two. They are thinking sex. If they get sex, you are just another in a string of women for whom they have no real respect or commitment. You are going way too fast. Not sure you can re write the dialogue but try. You will be the tail on the comet.
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