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|Sun, 12-30-2012 - 7:52am|
I've been dating a guy for four weeks and he's pretty great but I think we let initial infatuation take over and moved too quickly. We saw each other 4 times the first week and spend several evenings a week just watching TV at each other's home. We've slept together and have also stayed over when we didn't sleep together.
I like him a lot but it's all starting to feel a bit too quick for me. I realise it's my own fault but I'd like to see if I can rescue this situation. I guess ideally I'd like to see him about twice a week and actually go out for dinner. I want to feel like we're dating rather than in an insta-relationship. The other day I mentioned him being a guest in my home and he said "nah, I'm part of the furniture now". I don't want him to be part of the furniture, I want him to be somebody I get to know over a period of time.
The problem I have is how do I step this back without him thinking I'm not interested? How do I bring up slowing this down?