In what ways does he want to take this slower? Just communicate less with one another throughout the week? I think that's reasonable, if that's the case. Sometimes people think something is a great idea in the beginning and then change their mind when living the reality. He's facing the feeling of things moving really quickly, and it feels too fast for him. I don't think that his concerns are unfounded, relationships that move too quickly tend to burn out. He's got a point.Take his ideas into consideration and practice, and see how things go. You should both be nurturing your individual lives and friendships to the fullest extent while pursuing a relationship (thru Match.com) together...
Seems he knows himself and to me, this slowing down is actually a very good thing.Means he's consciously THINKING about how he's handled his relationships in his past, knows this is part of the reason why he's still single now, and wants to break that cycle. With you, possibly!This can only be good for you both, to take things one at a time, slow it down to a nice little simmer, and let things heat up naturally.
CL-Breaking Up Is Hard to Do.
CL-Ask the dating (online dating with Match.com) Doyenne.
We waste time looking for the perfect lover, instead of creating the perfect love. Tom Robbins..
Thanks everyone for your advice! I appreciate it and I am feeling better about 'taking things slow', I feel like it means he is really open to trying to make our realtionship work and last...