He was totally okay with it and said he respected me wanting to take things slow, but that he knew I was the only one he was interested in and was ready.
He told me he wanted to be honest and that he had been texting two other women (even though we agreed to delete our OKCupid accounts this week), but that he wanted to stop and only talk to me. He said he didn't know how I felt and didn't want to not be on the same page about being exclusive (and be blindsided), so that's why he hadn't stopped talking to other women.
I told him I really liked him a lot, but wanted to take things slow, so I wanted to wait to become exclusive (relationship). I asked him if he still wanted to stop talking to other people even though I wanted to wait on declaring ourselves in a relationship? I told him I didn't want it to be unfair, though I didn't want to talk to other men. He said whatever it took to prove he only wanted to be with me. We both agreed to only talk to each other.
He also admitted to being afraid of coming off as clingy, which is why he would take a while to respond to my texts. This is because I had made a remark about clingy men in one of our earlier conversations. I told him I loved hearing from him and to text me whenever he wanted to. He said he was relieved because seeing my name on his phone was the highlight of his day.
He brought me flowers and I made him dinner/bought him a birthday cake. We just talked, played video games, watched a movie, cuddled and kissed each other tenderly.
I'm really crazy about this guy even though it's only been 3 weeks. It feels so different. As much as I wanted to say "Yes, I want to be your girlfriend," I feel like I overrode my feelings and said "Let's take it slow."
I'm kinda regretting my decision. Or, is it a good idea that I didn't agree to be exclusive just yet? It feels so right, but I don't want my infatuation to override truly making sure I want to be his girlfriend.
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You are being mature.
You clearly are a level headed girl who realise that she wants a relationship for the long run. I think 3 weeks would be too quick. Get to know him better first and even better, let him work for your love. He claims that he is talking to two other women , lets see how loyal or honest he can really be.0