Dating 2 months now
I was really starting to think there was long-term potential here.If there were any problems with the relationship, in my opinion, it was the fact that we both had a lot of weekend obligations over the summer.
I had such a great time whenever we saw each other and I haven't felt this way about someone in a really long time (I've dated a fair bit).I'd plan to move on with my life, begin dating new girls, and put this experience behind me once and for all.In fact, I've already become active again on the dating site I met her on and I'm talking to a few girls. Aside from just moving on altogether, here are what I see as the three paths I can take: 1.She was also adamant about the fact that she's always enjoyed herself while out with me..for whatever reason, she felt that our personalities didn't entirely connect and there was some kind of distance holding us back from clicking and getting closer the way she'd have expected to after three months.At one point in the conversation, she offered to let it sit for a week or two and see where things end up, but I felt like it was almost a silly offering at that point.It seemed like she went into the conversation determined to end things and I wasn't going to jump on a pity offering that could have come out of weakness at the time.
In order to give you a full understanding about things, here are a few more points that I feel I should add to the conversation: - There was definitely a great physical connection between us.
She's 29 (I'm 31) and has gone on a number of first dates, second dates, etc., but never for as long as things lasted with me.
I know this is unusual and a lot can be made of it.
She thought we had so many things in common and that I treated her exactly as she'd want someone to treat her.
She was adamant about the fact that she thought I'd never done anything wrong (quite the opposite).
- She acknowledged that she could be making a big mistake. I deliberately took things slowly in light of her limited relationship history.