And no, this is not about sex.
I met a guy only 3 weeks ago, and told him right away I wanted to get to know him as friends first. I admitted my attraction, but was adamant that I just wanted to start slow in a friend-like manner to get to know each other. I told him I never wanted to lead him on, make promises I couldn't keep, or hurt his feelings. He agreed that he could handle this.
This guy has a player history , and I have a history with players. Among other things that make me want to take it slow and just make friends for now.
It's been only 3 weeks, and now he's trying to play mind games. Saying how he wants a relationship and if I can't he's gotta stop this, then turning around and changing his mind because he was only looking for my reaction. He's also started accusing me of being a player, or lying about my history with my ex, so that I can get away with playing him.
I'm not sure what's going on here. I was completely honest about my wanting to be slow and cautious, and he was good with that until now. And it's only been 3 weeks!
Am I in the wrong? Should I have just blown him off completely instead of being friends while I figured this out?
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The way this guy suddenly started behaving seem insecure and immature. If I were you, I'd reconsider having any kind of relationship with him, because as you said, you told him all that and he said he was fine with it and only a short while later he has changed his mind already. I don't think he'd make a good boyfriend for you, if you want to take things slow and steady.1