I met this guy in school and we started talking and texting. Soon he started visiting me, then we started cuddling. We would always talk about sex when we cuddled but I always told him I wasn't ready. He always told me he understood and he would wait. He always told me to trust him. Then one night we were cuddling then it turned to dry humping. Things got hot and I told him I was ready and he asked me if I was sure. My first time was great he was really kind, caring, and loving. We cuddled afterwards and I felt bad so I cried and he comforted me. The next morning as he left he hugged me really tight and gave me a kiss on the forehead. We haven't seen each other since and we don't text or talk at all. What happened? Did I do something wrong? Did he just want my virginity? Im really confused because we talked about what happened and he told me he really cared about me and he felt guilty that I cried. He also told me he didn't want to hurt me. (He is older than me) what happened?
Posts: 1 | From: compton | Registered: Aug 2011
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I wish that we could answer that for you, but we just can't know what happened or what this person's motives were. The only person who can tell you that and know that is him. have you tried calling or texting to ask if he will come talk with you about this? Are you not talking because you're waiting on him to initiate that communication, or have you tried and he just hasn't returned your calls or texts?
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