I’ve been seeing a guy since August we both got out of relationships shortly before so we just decided to have fun with it. we’ve known each other since March and got on well as friends but as both of us were in relationships we never displayed any flirty behaviours. Then when we both realised we’d broken up with our partners things happened. I think he may be falling for me but I’m not sure. When we’re in bed he likes to smell my neck and shoulders and kiss me. He also said he didn’t want me seeing anyone else but if I did to please use condoms for both our sake. Which I said I’m not seeing anyone else and that I don’t want to. But I am scared to fully commit. Not that I want anyone else right now I just think I’m happy with it not having a label. I don’t want to hurt his feelings but I don’t see this being a long term forever thing which is what we had agreed to originally. Do you think he’s falling for me? What should I do?
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A female reader, Youcannotbeserious + ♥, writes (9 November 2018):
I am not sure which part of your post is supposed to signify this guy falling for you? The part where he said he didn’t want you seeing anyone else? That is just how some people are. He did then go on to ask you to use condoms if you did choose to see other guys, so he is probably just being careful about his health. Sensible man. Not sure about the significance of him smelling our neck and shoulders. Do you think that signifies he is falling for you? Perhaps he just has a bit of a “thing” about your smell if it is nice. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with kissing you if you are affectionate towards each other. It does not necessarily mean he is “falling” for you. If you are both on the same page in terms of this relationship (i.e. a bit of fun but not something long term) then there is no harm in having your fun for the time being. However, if you DO feel he is falling for you, then you need to call it a day and to leave both of you free to find someone with whom you CAN envisage a long term relationship. Is it possible you have got the wrong end of the stick and you are seeing intent where none is meant?
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