- Yes hold back
- No just don't over think things and carry on as normal
- I don't know
Most Helpful Guy
Just to say, *don't* take dating advice from me, but, I should have thought that the function of the 'don't be so open about your feelings' notion, is as an *initial* filter, so people can naturally be wary of people that become attached, 'craving', even though you've barely spoken a word. This is usually an indication that they've actually fallen in love with an image they thus created (we could argue most love is this, but let's not get into that now) mentally, which is slightly unhealthy. To state more explicitly, that this makes sense only when you've just started talking and in the very early stages - which you seem to have passed.
Personally, I don't think you should play games, and that you should keep things natural, and that you should be wary about circumscribed and intellectually extricated *shoulds* with regard to relationships, that have lost their context. He's expressed his strong desire for you. Why do you torture his pour soul with lukewarm-ness :( Poor fellow. All he wishes for is his raging desire to be reciprocated (and ultimately consummated, in the wild throes of that youthish passion, that we adults so yearn for)!
Most Helpful Girl
I do not see where you are doing anything in Holding back here, @LovesTVDx, and it appears that you have been as 'Really open with how much I like him,' and Anything More in store would Be... Over kill.
Don't over think anything here, dear. So far I am seeing a nice couple who care about each other, have amazing chemistry and many times if one or the other chase an with this pace, it gets Old real Quick.
Keep him coming by even being this juicy apple at the top of three, hardest to get and to grab.
Good luck. xx
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