The sex we have is good, but he never pushes for it and it doesn't happen frequently. I don't know if I should stay in the situation for another month or two and see where it goes or if I should just cut my losses and move on. I think if he's not "falling" by now, you can move on. There are better guys out there that you're missing out on by holding out for Mr. I mean, I consider it a relationship because we're dating exclusively, chat and talk every day for hours and are having sex.
He said that he's not sure he wants to do that because although he's "into me", he's not sure if he could fall in love with me and so far doesn't feel like he's "falling".
He says he enjoys our "companionship" and doesn't want anything serious.
But at the same time, he says he's puzzled as to why he doesn't feel "the spark" and that he doesn't want to "throw away a potentially decent relationship".
If I were reading this as an objective observer, I might think he just wants sex, but honestly, we don't have sex a whole lot.
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Some forums can only be seen by registered members.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I've been dating a guy exclusively for about 3.5 months.I asked him questions about taking it to the next level and having a "relationship" with him.The guy I'm dating says my sharing a bedroom with my ex was holding him back but I wonder if there isn't something else holding him back, too.You may be dating him exclusively..may not be on the same path. I've been dating a guy exclusively for about 3.5 months.He is into you for sex, however infrequent, you may be "one" of his sex mates, not the only one. I asked him questions about taking it to the next level and having a "relationship" with him.