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I trust him, I respect him as a person (sadly, something I can honestly say I've never done for anyone else), I honestly care about his happiness and I just think so highly of him.Past relationship partners include shady characters, cheaters, liars, bums/moochers, so maybe it's a combo of maturing/dating the first guy ever that I truly respect?He asked when we'd see each other again and was adamant about it being a date, not just "hanging out without purpose."Couple nights later he if he could call (bless!) and we had a nice 20-minute chat about our plans and setting up the date for the next day. We didn't have completely firm plans, it was "ok this is what we want to do, let's see how this works and be in touch tomorrow when we have our errands/whatever done" so in the afternoon we hadn't touched base and I texted him to check and see if everything was good, no response.It is a formalized process in which the participants are broken up into pairs and rotate partners every 3-8 minutes (depending on the event).Each pair sits down and gets to know one another, or “date”.Well I started dating this new guy roughly 6 months ago.
We had a couple of things go wrong with our plans out of our control so we winged it and just walked around had coffee and chatted. I was a little distracted and tired and not fully into it myself either on the first date and our texting/chatting was pleasant. Ended with some nice fireworks (just good ol' making out in the car) and we clicked much better overall.He's on a solo vacation right now and I have no worries whatever and am genuinely happy for him. Or does it really take just dating the "right" person? However, it was the healthiest interaction I had had for a long time.I'm not interested in any of the past manipulative behaviors I used to do (you know the ones: not responding to texts or giving pouty responses), I want him to feel secure, I want him to feel happy, I want him to know I feel excited for him and happy he is having a good time. A month ago I thought I might be posting as a success story but alas, things did not work out that way. I think I will be taking some time for myself now as before I met him I started getting burnt out by the dating scene.I was seeing someone for 4 months, we were exclusive the whole time (just because both of us prefer to date one person at a time). Has anyone else got similar stories where the thought it was all going great for the first few months and then it just fizzled?The pace wasn't too fast or too slow, we caught up twice a week and emotionally and physically connected. We are both busy with work and a social life but a few weeks ago he started getting busier and not able to (not wanting to) catch up as much which (long story short) led to today..