I've been seeing and texting a guy for the last month, we started talking and we instantly clicked, I new him from around my area. He's lovely and I do really like him, problem is he's only out of a 4 year relationship since the very end of January. He said she broke it off with him but they did drift away from each other. She comes up sometimes in our conversations which is annoying, he only see 's me once a week but texts me everyday and we talk for hours. He's quite shy, but he's starting to get comfortable with me. We have been out to each other about 5 times.. we went on a walk and drives and we have had sex twice. He never wants to do anything with me like dinner I cinema, and we only see each other about 7pm. He said he really likes me but wants to take it slow. He said he isn't looking for a relationship, which I do understand. But I am starting to get a gut feeling I'm a rebound, and I'm worried incase I do start to really like him I'm just going to get hurt. He says he can't delete there pictures off his Facebook etc because she will ring him up and go "mad"? He's 26 and I'm 23. What should I do? I feel weird about the situation but I don't want to say anything to him incase he thinks I'm being weird. We get on great and I'm very comfortable and happy around him. Any advice?
Most Helpful Guy
I think that people like this, as long as they had important stories and stuff... once it is over, they must move along ! I mean, going to the cinema or just having a meal out doesn't mean you are taking it fast, the main thing is just be fair, but then I don't see that big problem in doing those things, even if he don't want to get engaged too fast. He had sex with you... but then going to the cinema is going fast? hahah the weird one is him ! I think you must be honest with him, and saying that if he still stuck into his ex... bye bye then !1
Most Helpful Girl
Lol. I sort of dated a guy like that. He constantly complained about his ex. I dislike people who do that and I considered the possibility that he is not over her yet, even though he kept telling me otherwise. I stopped seeing him because I felt more like his psychologist, rather than a girl he was dating.1