Been dating for a year
I've been knowing this since we started talking, and I told him he was worth it for me to wait.-He doesn't believe in love. And my friends ask me about that and think it's weird, but I don't know what to say about that, we just don't although I wouldn't mind it.-He keeps mentioning about moving East (we live in California), but I don't feel like I'm in the picture.Apparently, his last relationship ruined that for me. And yet, he feels the same way when I'm just joking about us just being friends since we're not official! We have been through a lot together, I love him and can see myself with him.
Now these are the pros and cons of the relationship.I already told him I loved him, even though he doesn't 'believe' in it, but he surely shows it to make up for the three words.-We're already having sex (8 months into the relationship), but there will be times where he would call me his 'friend' or introduce me as one. He says he does too but, I'm not even his girlfriend.He's leaving in December for 5 weeks for his training.And he likes me, so that a plus.-We literally do everything together, grocery shopping, hair cuts, help each other wash our cars, movie nights at each others' houses, homework (we're in college), we cook for each other, go to the gym together, shop together, you name it. And we do leave each other alone when we need it.-He's really nice to me, whenever we have an argument or disagreement, we never cuss.We don't cuss at each other or call each other names whatsoever.-I can hang out with his sisters, and nephew as he can with my brother and sisters. CONS:-We have been off and on because he has been indecisive of whether or not he wants to be with me, because he's leaving for the Navy. Maybe." The answer will always be "no," but you will never really know.
It took me a long time to learn not to take anything personal when it comes to the kids of a boyfriend or girlfriend. They just don't like the fact that Dad has a girlfriend.
Again, are you sure you want to hear the answer to this question?
Great questions to ask someone you've dated for less than a year: 1.
He had two long-term relationships that ended because he couldn't commit.
I don't want to scare him off, but I'm feeling incredibly insecure and vulnerable because I am 100 percent in love with him.
I, myself, still have a hard time wrapping my head around the fact that I’ve actually been in a relationship for over a year. And it doesn’t mean you have to smother them in expensive gifts or elaborate dates. Women just want to feel like they still make you nervous and that you are thinking about them in unique ways and wanting to make a good impression on them. It levels the playing field and brings you both back to neutral.