Before anyone asks, I know he’s not a catfish, I’ve spoken to a girl who I know quite well, and she says he’s an actual person as she used to volunteer with him at church.
I added him as a friend on Facebook a while ago, but almost two weeks ago on Sunday, he popped up to me on Facebook and we started talking. It was really awkward and I had to go do work so I left and didn’t speak with him until the following Thursday. Since then we’ve talked a lot, but I really think he’s coming on too strong. He compliments me, telling me I’m beautiful and cute and nice etc. which is great, I’ve always wanted a guy to say that to me but the problem is, I’ve only ever wanted that to happen when I knew the guy for a while, and that we were friends first.
This boy on the other hand has already said he likes me a lot, and asked me when we were gonna meet up if we’re going to kiss. I said I’d rather be friends before doing anything like that, because although I do like him and we have very similar interests and personalities, my feelings for him might change when we meet face to face; I know because it’s happened to me before.
He agreed anyway, and said that he wants that too but I just don’t know if he’s telling the truth, because seconds later he began to compliment me again. The worst bit though is that people are acting like he’s gonna rape me or something when I meet up with him and it’s really beginning to worry me because it’s just too soon for him to say he likes me, so I’m worried he’s expecting something.
I seriously need advice here; he’s really nice and doesn’t say anything inappropriate but I’m worried he’s gotten too serious too quickly.
|February 3, 2015 at 10:29|
Dont get involved with him,and if he is talking like that online,you should terminate the friendship.
|February 3, 2015 at 15:17|
First off, if he keeps coming on strong, set strict boundaries as to what is okay and what isn’t while ya’ll are communicating online. Second, if you’re worried about meeting for the first time, do a double date, or make sure that there are lots of people around. Don’t let him get you alone (this is a good rule for any first date with someone you meet online). And lastly, if the people that acted as if he was going to treat you inappropriately are trustworthy and know the guy, break off that relationship! Better to be safe than sorry.
|February 15, 2015 at 18:46|
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