Most Helpful Guy
To be honest no you don't owe anyone anything and if you knew a guy for only a month you don't have to tell him anything about you. Though wanted to know more about you and feel trusted by you is a good thing and a sense of entitlement. Eventually though when you're ready you'll have to open up a bit and tell people about stuff. If they feel like they don't know you after a long while they'll leave. I've had the same happen for me in the past too. To be honest it's their right to leave in that situation.
Relationships are built off of trust, communication, and knowing your partner really well. If you can't open up after a certain length of time (not necessarily a month because you just met though over time), then people will leave for someone who is more open. It's not a sense of entitlement it's just that they know what they want and feel like they can't get it from you.
As for parents and friends, sometimes they're worried and want to know about you and your life. That doesn't mean you have to tell them anything but if I had friends and family who weren't interested in my life at all then it shows that they really don't care. I wouldn't feel upset or offended by people asking thing. I'd get annoyed at people for pushing things that I want left alone.
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Most Helpful Girl
I was in a similar situation on a first date with a guy, I wasn’t sure if he was interested in me as a person or just sex, so that naturally made me more reserved around him until I felt I could trust him more. He asked me if I was shy, I just let him think that (I’m not normally) and I tried to explain that I have to trust someone first beofre I can fully open up, he just looked disappointed/annoyed so I figured it wasn’t going to go anywhere from that point in either since in my past two relationships the guys were understanding.