Calling a Relationship Something
Visitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Female
I have been seeing someone that i met on the internet for almost two months now, and i like him very much. We seem to have so much in common. We laugh alot and we seem to be very happy together. He is a total gentleman never stops touching me and complimenting me constantly, and always brings me flowers when ever he comes he is a very romantic man.
I feel really connected to him and would love to have a relationship with him. Even though he said he does not want to see anyone else he does not want to give our relationship a definition. I don't know what to call us. He said for us to take it one day at a time so no one get's hurt. Please help me i don't know what to do or is he pulling my leg?
It is easy to get hung up on names and titles. But really, the most important thing you can possibly have in any relationship is the feeling. I'm sure there are many unloved married women out there who would gladly trade the 'title' of married for the love and affection from their spouse. It could very well be that your guy was hurt in the past by someone who changed when they became boyfriend-girlfriend and became more clingy or something. So I would let that come as it does.
I have a bunch of terms for couples here -
why not call yourselves "dyads" for now? :)
-- from Jenn
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com