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We don’t like chit-chat if it’s not towards a purpose, it’s just not how we’re wired.
I would say that if he says he’s going to text or call you, he should do that…
I know he loves me, and I have no intention of leaving him, but I’m sick of getting stressed out over my own money and the Valentines Day situation just kind of left me feeling a little down.
And as close as we are, I don’t know how to address this to him without seeming unappreciative for the daily things that he does do for me.
It makes me angry but I don’t want to be like “Why didn’t you text me?!?
” As far as what you’re asking goes, it sounds to me like “young love.” I don’t mean that to be insulting – it is a nice thing.
On top of that, I pay for gas and buy him small little gifts every once in a while because it makes me happy surprising him.
My boyfriend and I have been going out for about three months now.
We’ve already had sex and I think we took it way too fast.
In this scenario, I’m not pointing any fingers, I’m just saying it’s a smart thing to do because it will give you insight into how you are and clarity on the whole situation.
Generally speaking, I think it’s destructive in a relationship to think about things in terms of what someone is doing right or wrong (whether it’s you or the guy you’re with).