And knowing that he’s still browsing, I feel reluctant and fear I know the answer already.
Seeing that he was online hurt me and threw me a little.
Since we met, I’ve all but stopped browsing on the website.
I’ve logged on occasionally to read messages people have sent me and browse out of boredom, but I would describe myself as no longer actively looking.
I’m fully aware of the irony of this, being that I had to be online as well in order see him. It doesn’t help that he’s been in many long-term relationships and doesn’t do one-night stands.
He’s only been kind, open and considerate towards me so I’m worried it means I’m not enough relationship material for him.
This is going to sound weird and maybe a little conceited, but I’ve never been the one in the relationship to like the other person more than they like me.I’ve never had to initiate the “Where Is this going” talk.However, I have been a little freaked out by this talk before, which is why I dread having to start it.I’m a serially-single female in my mid-20s who has only been in two relationships. We’ve already entered the hairy business of talking about our past failed relationships, our family, our habits etc.The first was when I was 20 and lasted seven months and the other was a on-and-off disaster that ended a few months ago. It’s only been five dates over three weeks, but to me it feels like I’ve known him much longer. I’ve gone on a handful of online dates over the past few years and that have never resulted in a second date. Somehow the first person I decided to have a conversation during my most recent fory turned into a good date, and now a good series of dates.