I realized the other day we had been spending a lot of time together, at first it was innocent but then I started to realize he was trying every possible way to get close to me using the project for work as a excuse. We have been working out together, spending Fridays and Saturdays during the day together, he had been at my house this last Friday and now asked me if I would want him to spend next Friday - Sunday at my place.
He insists on opening all doors, carrying all bags and helping me out around the house telling me "beautiful women shouldn't work" - Also spotting me while we work out together at the gym, all up close and personal. He could just be a flirt, but next thing I know he wants to spend the weekend together.
I dont really understand because i am only 21 and have never had this happen before. he is 27 years old and very handsome, i find myself very attracted to him and wouldn't mind moving this along, but is he moving onto me to fast? If so what do I do, mind you all this has happened in a matter of three weeks.
Most Helpful Guy
I think he definitely likes u, but yeah i would agree that he is moving too fast. This is a tough one cos u aren't really in a relationship yet and I would have said to just communicate with him. But in this case I would play hard to get and deny him some time that he clearly wants. I would even casually say things like 'If i were in a relationship i would like to go slow'. Hopefully he is smart enough to pick up on these things and change his behaviour.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
It definitely sounds like he's into you, and yes he's moving at a normal pace :) If he's single, and if he asks you out or makes a move, go for it! (You could totally ask him out, too. It's clear he wants to spend more time with you.) Don't let the age difference scare you. I was 20 and my boyfriend was 27 when we met, and two years later we're still together and happy. Your friends and parents may think it's a little strange, but if he's a good guy and if you really like each other, I say it could be a great relationship.
The next time you see him in person, smile at him and ask if he'd like to go out sometime. Dinner and a movie is great, but if you don't want to feel pressured to have the stereotypical kiss-at-the-end date, a picnic or lunch date would work just as well. Good luck!0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE