Most Helpful Guy
He wanted sex too much and too soon. If you and he really want a relationship to develop, then you need to lay off the sex for a while, and let the relationship form. Having been assaulted, you may be finding it easy to substitute sex for a relationship without realizing that is what you are doing. Go slowly, take your time. If he's not interested in going slowly, and respecting your needs, then he's not the guy you think he is, and not the guy for you.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
I don’t have a good feeling about this at all. I think 2 months isn’t long enough to know if he has your best interest at heart. You seem very vulnerable and I fear you will get hurt. If I was a guy and a girl confided in me and then agreed to all that other stuff, I would have a hard time taking her seriously. I’d think I could get her to go all the way by making her feel special. I would keep your guard up and stand by what you say. In regards to him being able to get a girl who would go all the way, guys like the chase. If you say no to things and he tries to coerc you or beg you saying how he thinks you are so hot and won’t hurt you like your ex that is a red flag. If you say no and he drops it and still talks to you and hangs out with you then that is good. Listen to your gut. It’s always right.
-Jacqueline1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE