My 8.5 year relationship ended 6.5 months ago (not my decision). I started rebuilding my life, made new friends. I'm 28 so the majority of my adult life was spent in a relationship. I never really had the "bachelor" life until recently. I lived with my parents until 21...moved into my own house with my ex...so I never lived alone. I've had an INCREDIBLE blast these last few month, not worrying about anything.
Today, I posted some stuff on Facebook and an old female friend from high school who I haven't seen in many years commented. She wanted to date junior and senior year, but I was in another relationship at the time so it didn't work out. We're both currently single and her comment was an attempt to reconnect. I know where that would go. She's great, fun and pretty.
The problem: I've just recently got the taste of bachelor life and had an AMAZING time. I DO NOT want to lead her on, but at the same time I do miss a relationship.
Guys: What would you do in my situation?
Girls: Would you be understanding if I told you that "I've only recently become single after a long relationship and am not looking for a relationship at this point", or would you think that I'm saying that as a reason to not date you?
I don't want to lead her on, especially because I know she was interested back in high school...but at the same time I don't want to shut any relationship doors.
She's one of the FEW single girls I know currently. I'd hate to miss it, but I'd also hate to miss some bachelor life.
I'm so damn torn...(as you could probably tell from my rambling post)
I'd like to date her, but I'd also like to enjoy single life.
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IF you are over your relationship...
1: You could be wrong, she might just want a friend. or a FWB
2: You can go slow.
3: If she's too controlling... break up?
4: Nothing ventured, nothing gained...
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