Well I recently found out the guy I like asked me out on a date and that he confessed that he liked me. I confessed back by saying me too. The problem is, I know I'm kind of scared of relationships more and I want my parents to really like him. My parents don't really care much about my love life until I graduate college. I just want to know like what should I do since I'm kind of scared of them? I want to know him more too, since we haven't hung out a lot since he lives in a different town and he's busy as well. The only time we hang out is at like school, so I see him four times out of the whole week in classes. I don't date much but when I do date, I feel a lot of pressure from guys. Most of them in my opinion when we first start dating want physical intimacy like hugs and hand holding as well as kissing on first date. I hope the guy I like isn't like that. I understand if he wants to hug or hold hands and kiss but I'm not ready to take that step for kind of a long time. I usually like taking my time in these relationships. Should I tell him or what? We have a date this coming weekend. I'm also really surprised that he confessed and likes me, sometimes I wonder why does he like me? I really hope he is a nice guy that won't expect too much in beginning. The other dates I told you about where I felt pressured, they were nice but I felt no spark and I knew they wanted some type of physical intimacy. I think I'm just not ready until I really trust him and feel something. I do feel something for Matthew which is half the battle, the other battle in my opinion is trust and time since we haven't hung out a lot. We've known each other for like a semester which is only a couple months, so sometimes I wonder if it's going too fast. I was really surprised though that he liked me because it did not seem like he did other than a friend. I was also really surprised when he chatted with me online and said sweet things.
Pressured and scared, please help?
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SLOW DOWN. It's JUST a date! When the right guy comes along, you will want to do those physical things. Know what else the right guy will do? He'll respect you when you've reached your limit and ask him to stop. Here's some advice for you regarding your parents. . . you don't have a happy life by making them happy. The guy they think is right for you, may be totally wrong, and vice versa. You do what makes YOU happy, and if you can make them proud at the same time, that's great. If not, too bad, you have to be true to yourself.1
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