Dear Meredith, I have spent the summer with a fun and down-to-earth person. We met online and things blossomed from there with spontaneous dinners, weekend activities, and meeting each other’s friends. After three months, things felt off, mostly on my part. I felt like I was about to trek through a path I’ve become used to; we were in the gray area of relationship that felt serious without any confirmation. I worked up the courage to ask what he wanted from the relationship, and he said something along the lines of, “I don’t know, to go with the flow?” I was OK with his answer because I didn’t really know what I wanted myself, or maybe I was allowing my answer to be dependent on his. Weeks later, I was able put what I wanted into words: I want a relationship, and I don’t want to date others. After four months of seeing each other, I asked him again if he’d thought more about my question and he told me that he still wanted to go with the flow and that it’s been a while since he’s been in a relationship. He said he’s “trying to get back into the… Read full this story
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