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Is He Just Interested in Sex?

Group Therapy: Is He Just in It For the Sex?

This question is from a Group Therapy post in our TrèsSugar Community. Add your advice in the comments!

I met a guy. We spoke for hours on the phone for three months. The conversations were always enjoyable. I felt a strong connection. We finally went on our first date, and it ended with sex. The date after that was the same. Dinner and then sex. Although I enjoyed both the dinner and the "dessert," I can see a habit forming. I know I should not have had sex so fast. I think the reason I slept with him so fast was because I was longing for companionship. However . . . coulda woulda shoulda.

I like this guy and I would like to see where it goes. However, I'm looking for a long-term relationship. I would like to get married one day. I explained to the guy that I want to spend more time getting to know him outside of the bedroom. Since then he invited me to come by so we can "cuddle." I declined telling him I would prefer to meet for dinner instead, and my reasons behind it. He is now saying that I'm not going with the flow, I'm not being practical, I just want to have a set of rules, and that he loves me and has feelings for me and just wants to spend time with me. I did not give in, however, how should I handle it?

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