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Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
There is this guy that I have been seeing now for about 3 months. He pursued me. I was hestitant at first, mostly because he is 10 years older than me but I finally gave in and let him take me out on a date. I had a really great time. We talk every day at least three times over the phone and through text messaging. I stay out at his house very frequently and we are sexually involved. I have met his family, his friends and even his work buddies. Most of them have made the comment "Oh we've heard so much about you." We have never really had the "relationship talk" yet. I know that he has told several people that we are dating but he has never said it to me. Recently he has been making little comments like "Do you like me?" "Do you like staying here with me?". He has even said things like "Please don't screw me over." What does all this mean? It seems that he really does like me, but I am afraid to have the relationship talk with him because for whatever reason, I am afraid that I am going to scare him off or something. How should I approach the situation? Advice
He is the one who is trying to bring up the relationship talk.

You must be skirting the issue or it would be settled by now.

Either you bring it up, or the next time he does you need to engage with him in the discussion. He seems to like you a lot and he must be perplexed as to why you are not letting him know how you feel.

If you like him, let him know.

Good luck! George

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