We have only been together not even a month! We became exclusive fast.
He wants to see me all the time, but he respects me not wanting to every single day or anything.
In this little amount of time he wants to spend an entire day with me, like us going to his place then going out afterwards and then going back and spending more time into the late hours of the night. I find this hard to do. And on a weeknight this week he suggested we cook dinner together.
I just feel spending THAT much time in one day (like 8+ hours in a day on a weekend) and then cooking together on a weeknight when we've both got work is kind of moving fast.
This is besides the fact we've already been physical other than intercourse. That is way too fast too I feel. I've expressed these things to him.
I just feel like those are things you do after you're becoming more serious. I spent into the late hours with him on a Friday night and a Saturday night and then saw him for hours on a Sunday... that seemed like a lot.
I feel, (again, besides the physical stuff which happened fast) that we should spend shorter more spread out time together, get to know each other, not cram everything in.
He does not feel he knows how to slow things down like this. He says he will but he says it's hard. I just think right off the bat all the time together and stuff that isn't low key is fast.
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It depends on what you want out of this. My BF and I spent 48 hours together including a day trip within three weeks of meeting each other and we felt as natural as a couple that had been together forever. We see each other about twice a week and that includes overnights each time. We felt that comfortable with each other immediately.
If it doesn't feel natural, stick to your guns and take it slower. If it actually feels comfortable but you are worried you are moving too fast for other reasons, I'd say follow your insticts whatever they are.
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