Thank you so much! Fingers crossed 🤞🏾
Yeah no harm in taking it slow, but move at your pace. Just don’t ignore any of the red flags. You see one, get out while the relationship is still new and you have no strings attached. I wish you the best and I do hope he is good to you!
Ok well good luck I hope it works out well for you!
A general side note: I know I’m gonna be okay at the end of the day, I’m always okay I’ll be sad for a bit and maybe quit dating for a few months but I’ll be okay 🏾 I have to be, for my kid
That’s textbook abusive behavior— and I wish I could say I learned that m from a textbook, rather than from two different toxic partners in my 20s. You’re in the honeymoon stage where he is extremely charming and lavishes you with love, appears to be self reflective and so growth. Later he will mistreat you and gaslight you into thinking it’s your fault. But you will put up with it because you know how good it can be, if you can just figure out what you can do to keep him in a good mood. When in fact, what you see as a bad mood is his real personality (the charmer was the front), and he actually quite enjoys this about himself. He likes having power and control. If he’s done it before he’ll do it again, and likely he’ll escalate. Believe people when they show you who they are, believe women he’s dated— especially if there’s more than one saying the same thing.