I’m in my early twenties, done with college, finally in the real world, and am trying to see what is out there for dating.
With where I’m at, I’ve found it isn’t the easiest to meet new people without turning to on-line dating.
Again, the commute isn’t great so it’s hard to see her frequently, although I did enjoy hanging out with her.
She told me on our second date that she is still a virgin which I’m fine with. I was trying to be very respectful of where she’s at in life. I told her honestly I wasn’t sure, but it was something we could sort out after I came back from a family vacation I was about to go on. She told me that she felt like I had made her a back-up option, and because of my small social circle it had gotten back to her that she was not the only person I was seeing.
It may seem more convenient to go back to those college days and find someone from where you went to school.
Perhaps you’re no longer on the same level as they are.
Some people do not feel comfortable casually dating someone who is also being physically intimate with others at the same time.
Some people find that monogamous relationships do not work for them, and they may only want exclusivity in a polyamorous relationship.
I was entering into dating by doing what was right for me. However, it was unfair for her to make the assumption all on her own.
Two dates seems too soon to have that level of expectations for another person. If she wanted to know if you were seeing other people, she should have asked.