No, you have every right to be in a cautious state. There is no doubt that he is having second thoughts about your relationship together. The first clue was when he decided to not remove himself from the dating site. All it takes is a few keystrokes on the computer. I suggest that you back off from any committment with him. In time you will see what his intentions are if he has any to begin with ?View Thread
Perhaps this is his way of letting you know that he wants to be more than fwb ? You state he is sharing more personal info with you and acting in a much different way which is out of the norm for him. On the other hand he has been unfaithful in the past, so really quite a dilemma. Better to be up front and not hide the feelings is my suggestion. That way you know where you stand and nobody gets hurt.View Thread
So eurogirl are you ready to give it another go on the beach anytime soon ? I'm certain I would have done the same thing if I had been intoxicated as well. It sounds romantic anyway. However with your experience I think I will give it a pass.View Thread
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