Okay so I've been talking to this guy for a couple of weeks (hes 22, I'm 23) and we seem to really be hitting off. We both got out of serious relationships (mine 5 years & him 6 Years) he's a really awesome guy, sweet, respectful & funny and a hard worker. But he has two kids. A boy who's 3 & girl who's 2. I don't have a problem with kids. It's just a sticky situation. Him and his ex are separated and have been for some time now. He told me they still live together because the lease on the house the rented hasn't expired and they didn't want to dump the financial burned on each other, so they decided to maintain living together until the lease is done with. He stays in a separate room. I know it sounds horrible already, but he was upfront and honest about all of this. Which to me personally says something. So I respect his honesty and give him credit for that. he's told me he's not looking into making me a mother because he knows im in college and respects that. So we've been talking right and he was telling me he was going to be a Marine but he got into a car accident that prevented him from deploying. Now he's all better and wants to pursue becoming a Marine. He will be stationed in San Diego. he's from Las Vegas Im from Los Angeles. We were having a conversation one night and we were talking about him living in San Diego, he asked if i wanted to go live with him. I thought he was joking so I didn't take it seriously, because I am in college. But he said he didn't see why we shouldn't further our relationship. and that we click so well. Also in a goodnight text he wrote "My Love"!! Those two things are shockers to me. Because we've haven't been talking for too long and we haven't said I love you. Which is too soon for that. I enjoy talking to him and he's really perfect its just a complicated situation. Can I get a guys perspective on what he might be thinking about our relationship or what he wants out of this. I do welcome all opinions.
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To advance your self-growth and development. I advice against relocating and cohabitating with him. I do recommend, however, that you finish school and experience living on your own for a reasonable amount of time prior to moving in with anyone, if it's within your means.
The guy is a quick mover and thus is thinking ahead, naively and anxiously. For two weeks of dating, for the most part, is simply is not enough time to fully determine how compatible two people will likely be in the future.1