WombatShadow Posted June 13, 2017 Share Posted June 13, 2017 In short, I know that I'm not into the whole casual dating scene, but at the same time I'm not looking for a serious relationship right now, either. I'm on a dating site and I'm enjoying talking to people, but as soon as someone asks me out for an in-real-life encounter I balk. There's a guy who I've been casually speaking to for a few days who is somewhat intriguing, but I just feel absolutely no desire to actually meet up with him. He just asked me for coffee and even offered to drive to my town instead of making me go to his (it's about an hour away). I haven't answered him yet because I'm afraid he's going to get snappy with me about it. Should I feel bad about this? It feels like maybe I'm just using these guys who I'm talking to, and I don't want to be a user. On the other hand, I'm genuinely enjoying a lot of these conversations. It's fun to have witty, somewhat flirtatious exchanges with people with whom I share commonalities in low-pressure situations. Some of the convos have tapered off or just felt "meh", but others are good yet I just have no desire to take them into the real world. Is this normal? Should I delete my dating account until I'm ready to actually date? Do I owe these dudes I've been chatting with some sort of an explanation if I do disappear from the site? Link to comment
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