You moved in with this guy after knowing him for 4 months. Marriage is a much bigger commitment. Give the guy some time..
Would you describe yourself as someone who needs A LOT of emotional communication (more than usual)?.
A year ago October, I saw a guy's profile that I liked and I usually did not approach - I was the one who was approached. He lived 70 miles away and had three kids. We started chatting and I said it was a pity he lived so far away. He convinced me to meet him anyway; he had dated women in other states and considering the extensive number of mutual interests, he didn't think the distance a very big one..
I have mixed feelings about this one. Your situation reminds me of the girl I'm currently dating, who is similarly "distant" when I tried flirting with her between dates through texts or emails. This resulted in my backing off and slowing things down on my end. Like your guy, she also recently told me that she was hurt in a relationship years ago so she's put up a wall that takes a while to get through to..
She works from Tuesday to Saturday, we spend the weekend together and she spends time with her roommates or by herself when she's not at work. She always calls me before she goes to bed as well..
I'm looking for a lesbian woman who is willing to share me and my ma..
Just wanted to share...talk..lol forgive me.
Chickiepops I think his friend was trying to 'help' by saying those things as like a warning so I will tell my sister and she will steer clear. The thing is I know his friend a bit and he seems like a genuinly nice guy, its just he is letting his personal feelings get in the way. He was saying unpleasant things about him and when my bf told me this I just felt so uncomfortable as its my sister at the end of the day not just some randomer.