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Feb-05-14, 00:36 AM (CST)|
So I met this guy on a dating site. We went out a few times, but after the 3rd date I new I was falling hard for him. I didn't say anything for fear of scaring him off. He brought up the suggestion of taking down our profiles because he didn't want to meet anyone else. We went on a few more dates, and had our first over night experience. I stuck to my guns and did not have sex with him. We were going on a day trip the next day, which was phenomenal. It was the first date with obvious PDA, reaching for my hand, putting his hand on the small of my back, stopping to kiss me. That night after he dropped me off at home, I felt it was time to tell him. I was too scared to do it face to face, and mistakenly told him via text. He said he needed time to think about it and didn't know much about it, which I told him was understandable, but that I would happily answer his questions. The next day he text me saying he didn't think it was something that he could live with. I've been physically ill all week, and have had to really fight the urge to contact him. I was holding out hope that maybe he would miss me and reconsider, or do a little more research and realize it isn't that big of a deal. At this point I really want to contact him. I feel like I have to put up a little bit of a fight before I can just let it go, but I also don't want to be that crazy chick! I've been given mixed advice and I guess I'm looking for input from people who know what this feels like. Should I let it go, because if he's "the one" he'll love me just the way I am? Or do I fight for the guy I fell in love with? Please give me some advice, or just your personal opinion!!! |
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