So I have been seeing this guy regularly for a few weeks. We aren't quite yet exclusive. We both work in different departments in a hospital. But he's a resident and I am just an intern in another area.
Yesterday things went okay. But at one point I told him too much information about a particular case. I didn't mention a name, I just mentioned the unique situation I am dealing with. He responded by saying "you probably shouldn't have said that for medical or legal reasons".
I started to think I just looked really stupid, because he was 100% right. Even though what i said was vague. In the moment though I blamed it on the fact that I didn't really get the proper training, and i know not to mention most things.
After that a few things started to happen. Like we went to the pool and lay out in the sun, he was kind of quiet. Then latter when we were kissing, I burped in kinda of an awkward, but I said sorry. He told me it was a huge turnoff when I say sorry for little things.
Am I overthinking this? Should I thank him for mentioning that I shouldn't have told him what I did about the case? or just pretend it didn't happen? I do know better.
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Just DO what he says!
Learn from him
He's working WITH you, so just GO with that
Soon, you'll be mature enough for him and will be drawn in closer
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