At what point do I need to choose one or the other? I think that last one is ambiguous in nature, so will leave it alone for now.

I met this guy on a night out with friends and we’ve been texting pretty much all day every day for a month.

He often texts me first and we seem to really get along well and like him a lot.

I am 45 years old and the Guy I met online wants to meet me behind my parents' back I have been texting a guy that I have met online (on a dating app) for a little over 3 months.

Said he had only been seeing me the whole time because I was the best catch he's found in a I need to know I'm not the only one that's gone through this My boyfriend and I have been together for almost a year.

The thing I need help with is I have no idea if he’s maybe talking to and/or seeing other girls. your only choice is to figure out how to keep yourself stable and stop worrying.

I personally am not interested in other boys, and while at the moment I’m still happy with seeing how things go, I just want to know how he feels it’s going with us. I’ve seen men and women make the mistake of fixating on one person and jumping way ahead into thinking about where things could lead and what their relationship could become. We have a notion in our culture that a relationship with someone somehow entitles you to that person, almost like they are your property or possession… I can guarantee that if you get wrapped up in worrying about what he’s doing, you’ll do things that will harm your chances.Is it after the first drunken kiss, sober kiss, first drunken shag, first sober shag? I dont want to disrespect anyone and essentially cheat on them, but I also want to be able to explore other people while im in the life that Im in.When do I draw the line and stop kissing or dating other people?So rather than worry and wonder about what he might be doing, let go of it and realize that you really don’t have any control over him or anyone else. You might say to me, “Well, Eric, that’s because she’s You’ll notice that the women who have effortless success in their dating life absorb themselves in enjoying their life and the world around them, not fixating on internal worries or trying to control the behavior of others.They focus on having a great relationship with the people around them…and if they don’t do what you want, you are entitled to punish them, shame them, berate them, invade their privacy, etc. Worry leads to desperation, desperation leads to acting needy, acting needy leads to the guy wanting nothing to do with you. Don’t fixate on him – consider yourself on the dating market until he specifically and clearly locks you down into a relationship.