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Mumsnet has not checked the qualifications of anyone posting here. To use this feature subscribe to Mumsnet Premium - get first access to new features see fewerand support Mumsnet. Every night takes me ages to get to sleep thinking about things. I just hope I am super aware with spotting the red flags too! The relationship sounds about right for six weeks.
He obviously likes you but is wise not to be too full on. Your feelings are quite normal but continue to enjoy your independence that in itself is quite an attractive traitdon't be OTT or he might be overwhelmed. Take it as it comes, reassess when you get to three months and know each other better.
Do you have any children, does he?
Good luck. He works full time and has 2. Both living with parents due to separation but both moving out soon!
Bluerussian yes I agree that independence is attractive. He has a 3 and 7 year old and I have a 3 ye old. Wonder how many times most people meet a week around this mark? You haven't been single for long after such a long relationship. What's his situation like? He may enjoy causal dating. Seeing how things go. It depends on the sort of person he is.
My dp called me every night and was always arranging the next date and I was in fact more chilled. My exh obviously like me because we got married but he was just so laid back, he's still like that with his new gf's.
It left me feeling unwanted. But they like it. And then he mentioned about going away for a few days together in August and said he likes me a lot. This dating world is a minefield haha. Nobbybobbly no it doesn't mean he's causally dating anyone else, it could mean that's the sort of person he is and that not a bad thing. Problem with coming out of long term relationship is that your use to a person being around or available all the time.
You say it's only been 6 months. How people see relationships are different to each, and you can only know what he wants from him. They are moving in with each other soon. I think you need to just wait and see his actions. Listen carefully to what he actually does and not just what he say. I think this sounds about right to me. Me and DP both had kids involved when we first met. We used to see each other once a week for a date for the first months, then we spent our first night together and it progressed to most weekends together.
We introduced kids after 8 months then moved in together after 2 years. Not rushing things makes it so you get to know each other properly. Greggers that sounds like things moved at a nice slow and steady pace. So it was after 2 months that you spent your first night together? If you had to do it all over again would you do the same?
Hi Nobbybobbly, this sounds really nice to me. I would probs want to meet up more regularly than once a week but with children it can be difficult to do that. Also, some people just aren't big on texting and phoning. Do you mind me asking - are you quite young?
I'm fifty and feel that people in their 30s and younger often text much more when dating. I think I'd be quite happy with less texting than ott contact early on, especially big he's keen when you meet in person. Nobbybobbly yes I definitely would. Was lovely too as my partner booked a night away for us as we were seeing a concert too. Already have a Mumsnet ? Log in. Talk ».
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