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I met this guy online, we chatted on and off for 2 weeks and then we met for our first date. What I expected to be a 2 hr dinner date, turned into 6 hrs of flowers, dinner, dance and lots of talking. I truly enjoyed my evening. I went home and when I woke up, I saw that he sent me an email, telling me how wonderful the evening was for him, and how I made him feel like he received a new car, or a kid in Disney. Late that evening, we met again for an early movie and dinner. During the dinner, as he talked and asked questions, I saw sincerity, as well as fear of being hurt, in his eyes. Between the night before and last night, he shared a lot and asked many questions, which I answered diplomatically. He is a bit shy, but I was able to read through it and see who he is. I have not felt this way in years.
I want him to know that I'm truly interested, because with all the questions he asked, I know that my interest in him was the underlining question for him. I want to send him an email, which explains where I'm coming from, and how I feel. I want to know if it's too much too soon.
"Now look who's up writing in the wee of the morning! Lol. Actually, I've been up most of the night playing doctor to my little girl. She's not feeling well.
I know you've wondered what I thought about you, and what I'm looking for. It's been a pleasure meeting you. I've found you to be caring, sweet, and funny. And you are a fine gentleman. I appreciate your honesty and pure sincerity. I've enjoyed the time we've spent together. I felt at ease and very comfortable with you.
I want to share something with you that is easier for me to write. I may seem a little shy, or reserved. But in reality, I'm only a bit reserved. I'm very protective of my heart, and I do hold back a little when I just meet someone. I've been through a lot, I've sacrificed a lot, and my heart has been broken. However, I'm starting over, and now I'm happy, I have 2 wonderful girls, I have an enjoyable life, and I want to meet a man who is going to love me with the same passion that I love him, give me the respect that I deserve, and come in and be a part of my life. This is basically what I'm about, and I hope I answered your questions. However, I love your questions. lol
Thanks for making my weekend a memorable one." END
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