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Maybe you just like being single, in which case you don't need to apologize for your independence. Now he's going to be recovering for quite some time, and I'm completely OK with waiting to be intimate with him, but I'm slightly worried that we won't be able to get back in that new discovery phase we were in.
We both were not ready to commit and kept our ads on here.
"My thoughts now is that after 2 months of dating , and you are still are in an "open relationship", it only means that you are just hanging there until something better comes along. Yes, you are correct, if he was ready to commit he would know it by now If he is still telling you he likes the open relationship, he is enjoying, whatever he has going with you, until he finds the right person to commit, or until...............see the light.
If takes that long to become monogamous, isn't time to move on? Although I agree with the other two, moving from Open to Committed depends on what you have.
Maybe you're afraid or unable to be in a real relationship right now, in which case you might be wise not to force it. It doesn't make you a bad person because you do a hurtful thing. The relationship is new, but we have both liked each other for quite some time and first got together when he was in a relationship with someone else.
You don't have to feel guilty because you don't want to be with any one guy. As Samuel Beckett wrote (the one time he ever came close to approximating Dr. We are already very serious about each other; I'm just worried that it's going to be hard for us to begin to be intimate like that again. If you wanted to jump each other's bones before his hospital stay, I bet he'll be twice as anxious to have fun when he gets out.Second, there doesn't have to be something "wrong" with you for you to be doing the wrong thing. Guys' libidos are generally like the monsters in horror movies: Just when you think they're dead, they come roaring back.