I really want to be with him. But he thinks I should wait, and date around
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
A little over a month ago, my boyfriend (of almost 2 years) broke up with me. About two weeks later, I got involved with somebody. He's unlike any person I've ever met. Well, we ended up sleeping together, a couple of times actually. I really want to be with him. But he thinks I should wait, and date around. But he still continues to want to sleep with me. He even told me he loved me. We decided not to be intimate with eachother, but it always happens. Is he telling me to date because he really wants me to date or is he avoiding a relationship?
What you need to do with him is communicate.
Have a long, honest, trusting, and caring conversation with him and ask him why he suggests that you date but at the same time he wants to be intimate with you.
Ask him if he is afraid of committment. Ask him anything you want to... that's what close communication is all about.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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