I don't know why, but I just started going out with this guy who I really like.. and I'm so completely nervous to do anything with him but kiss. It's odd, because its easy for me to do stuff with guys I don't even like that much.. but now that I'm with him I'm so SCARED. I want to, but I almost feel nauseus when he gets real close and I know that something more is coming... lol.. I know that sounds terrible, and it's NOT him. It's my weird fear. What should I do? Has anyone ever felt like that?
------------------ "I suggest we learn to love ourselves before it's made illegal" ~Incubus
someone once said (maybe here on scarleteen, can't quite remember), that each relationship we have, at first, is like the first we ever had. like, it will seem we've never been through that, even if we've had lots of boyfriends.
so, i guess what you're feeling is all those feelings one gets when in love, especially in the beginning of the relationship, when all is new (with that person), and you have to explore eachothers' minds and bodies so you gain confidence
i remember with my ex-boyfriend, in the beginning, i got all dizzy with just seing him like from a distance, and i was very nervous about everything that we would do and stuff, but eventually we got to know eachother well and realise there is nothing to fear if we love eachother
don't think i've made an awful lot of sense there, but i just got up hehe
I was like that with the guy im with now. it will pass. its just insecurity that he may judge you and not accept you. learn to love youself and know that we are all individuals. it will pass. just learn to trust him!!!!!!!
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