Ahhh Posted July 17, 2008 Share Posted July 17, 2008 So I have recently become involved with a co-worker. I know, I know, never a good idea. We don't really work together on the same projects though and she's on a different floor so I don't constantly see her. Anyway, she is recently out of a long relationship which lasted 7 years (she's 26 btw) and has been single for like 3 or 4 months before we started hanging out. We have a lot of fun together and one thing lead to another, and we slept together....a few times. We've been at her place a lot cause she lives alone, and it's starting to feel like we're a couple. Thing is, we haven't even been on a real date yet. I've just been stopping by a few times a week, and staying over. I think she forgets how to actually date since she has been in a relationship for so long. It's partly my fault too because I'm letting it happen. When we hang out it feels great, but it's a little too comfortable, like we've been together forever. Personally, I'm ready for a relationship, but I'm sure she's not ready yet. The timing sucks cause we really like each other, we just moved too fast. So we talked about it (which was great cause communication is key) and decided to back it up a little, and go on dates, and not act like we've been together forever, and not have sex again until we establish a better base relationship. So my question is, when you start off a relationship backwards ( sex first, then trying to date) will it work? We both think it can.....but are we fooling ourselves? Link to comment
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