Nowadays when I think about meeting someone new for a drink, I get totally exhausted and decide to just stay home. I’ve basically thrown myself into a career and abandoned any hopes of finding a man in the process.Between now and the last six months, though, a few things have happened. We've told each other how we feel in terms of liking each other, but nothing has progressed in terms of being in an exclusive relationship.Recently, I got back from Thailand, and we have been out for a few dinners and sleep overs.The truth is that I’ve never been that big of a dater.If something comes up and it feels right, I’ll do it.to know the status of our relationship, like right this second.As soon as he and I were alone back at his place, the tsunami brewing in my head all night came rushing forth, catching my guy completely off guard.
I'm scared of feelings because I've been hurt before. As for him still having an online dating profile (the only negative thing I could find about the dude), I will confess that I'm engaged and still have one.
It’s all very confusing, especially if you’re the type of person who doesn’t like to test boundaries for fear of scaring the other person off.
I get it, having the “defining the relationship” talk is terrifying, you have to be open and honest and vulnerable and ugh I’m sweating just thinking about it.
Last weekend, we went for dinner with my best friend and her boyfriend, and two of his friends who are married. The next night, he had an event, then he came and met me and all my friends, and stayed over again…It's getting to the stage where I don't want to see anyone else.
I don't want to put pressure on him, but I feel I need to know where I stand so I can either keep dating or we can actually give things a go.