This question is directed towards those who have dated before and were/are with someone who never had before.
I've seen so many questions regarding dating someone who has been with several people. I'm wondering what your thoughts are about the opposite: being someone's first dating partner.
Do you anticipate certain things?
How do you handle common first-time relationship "mistakes"?
Would you ever give a sincere thought that it could become serious?
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Ohhh I'm excited about this question.
All four guys I've been in a serious relationship with never had a partner before me. It wasn't a conscious decision of mine to only date inexperienced guys, it just happened that way because I tend to be into shy guys, and those two things are apparently correlated a bit.
I've enjoyed it. I like being the first, as weird and territorial as that sounds. I swear it's not a fetish or anything, haha. It's just nice. It's not that I would mind dating someone more experienced.
I can't think of any common first-time relationship mistakes that I've experienced. I suppose it takes a while for "first-timers" to know how to communicate well in a relationship, but that usually comes naturally after a while. Every problem I've had with a guy has been unique to that guy, and I don't think it would have been remedied by more experience.
"Would you ever give a sincere thought that it could become serious?" Could you explain what you mean by that before I answer?0