I find it really sad and depressing that I’m even on this site, sharing my story with others that share the same heartache. I’m 36, single mom of 2 kids. My boyfriend is 35 and we have been together now for 1 year as of January 27th. When we first met, dating was great. We live 40 minutes from each other which, to me, isn’t much. I know a lot of people who drive an hour to work and back every day. But he’s a high school PE teacher and a softball and wrestling coach. At first the relationship was amazing, we only saw each other on weekends, but when we did, we had missed each other so much that our time together was so special and we were crazy about each other. We both play sports, he plays softball a lot in the summer and I play softball and volleyball. I tried to attend as many of his softball games and tournaments that I could this summer, almost all of them.
Women have been doormats, too accommodating for too long. A lot of that is introversion. I feel like it is, but looks like I could be wrong.
Once we got comfortable speaking to each other, he’d see me once a week before we got all committed and stuff Now and we call each other all the time, text occasionally, and see each other times a week.
I might have been a little bit emotionally unavailable when we first met, since this was my first relationship after my divorce. But, i definitely warmed up, became more affectionate, etc The funny thing about him is that he seems to like little sentimental acts he always puts my drawings up on his refrigerator, holds onto things I give him, etc He talks about me to his parents and always wants to see my parents when they visit.
In short, he is not wishy-washy about being my boyfriend although he was nervous about this stuff initially. He is more introverted than I am and can’t look at me in the eyes if he wants to ask ME to go on vacation or something like that. When he has a drink or two in his system, he seems to make more eye contact not that he is a lush. So, we’re dealing with a very shy man here. He is always afraid of risking it. Does this mean that he loves me but just can’t bring himself to say it?
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We’ve spend almost every weekend together since our first date and some days during the week but on the days we dont see each other I barely hear from him, most of the time I have to be the one to initiate a conversation and when I do his answers are short and dry.
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Been dating this guy for a couple months, but we only see each other once a week. At first that was okay, but at some point I’m going to want more.
After 3 days i found out that he has blocked me on chat. A few days later, he did so with skype too. Why should he do that after being so close and intimate till the previous night. Is it because of the joke i cracked. I even emailed him not to stay cold and break the good friendship we share. Why should a guy be so close and inttimate with someone if he is still waiting for his GF.
He is not at all a playboy. Always is a focused and studious student. I always never crossed boundaries and maintain it as good friends. Then why should he suddenly block me off the next morning? Is it because he realized he has developed feelings and getting into distraction mode? So he probably he blocked me off.
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How do I know if the guy I’m dating is actually interested in something serious? July 26, I met this guy through a mutual acquaintance, and we’ve been dating for a few weeks. There’s a lot of physical attraction. We’ve had sex, and the sex was great. I have a tendecy to get really physically intimate with people I’m dating if I feel attracted to them really quickly because I think I try to substitute physical intimacy for emotional intimacy, which is something I struggle with.
For this reason, I sometimes end up in these casual sex relationships. I’m okay with casual sex relationships as long as we both know where we stand and I don’t develop feelings for the other person. My problem right now is that I’ve been dating this guy for about a month now, and if you look at our relationship, it kind of looks like a casual sex relationship. We really don’t see each other that often, and the relationship isn’t really moving forward. Granted, I haven’t dated for a while, and I guess I just don’t remember how fast things normally move.