I've been dating a guy for about two months and we had a disagreement about our relationship. We took kind of a break for a few weeks. During that time, we texted back and forth every few days. We are having our first date in a month this Saturday.
I'd like to talk about what happened in order to clarify an important point I made. I think it could be important to the dynamic and future of the relationship.
Questions: Should I talk about it briefly to clarify the point and give him the opportunity to understand how I really feel about the issue? Or, should I let it go, and let things play out as they will? Is the first date after a break the time to do it? What will be more beneficial to the relationship?
I am afraid not talking about it might be like having an elephant in the room, but I don't want to belabor the point either.
Guys: what would you rather have a woman do, in the early stages of dating? Girls: do you have experience with this and how did it turn out?
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I would definitely bring it up but not on this key upcoming date. You'd run the risk of sounding like you just need to be right.
To never bring it up would also be a mistake. You'd be stuffing your true feelings and you'd deny him a chance to grow, perhaps.
"Dumbledore says people find it far easier to forgive others for being wrong than being right."
---J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince0