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Hi, I'm new to the relationship world. I'm a young adult. I am seeing this girl have been for the last 7 week's. We have established we love each other. I am kinda worried about me tho. I think sex is ok we went for over hour 15 minute's last night and she said she had 2 regular orgasms and 1 clit orgasm. I'm pretty much guessing from her reaction to it that i'm ok on that part. The only thing I'm worried about is how to express myself like a truly good boyfreind. I tell her she is beautiful all the time. I tell her I love her all the time and alway's get the "I Love You" back. Just kinda worried I will screw up. When we talk tho it last forever, I'm guessing that's also a +. I just worry, sorry if I sound stupid. I'm new to the game here..
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It's a fun game, I assure.

Here's the thing--there's no one-size-fits-all rule for dating or relationships.

If it seems right, go for it. Communicate. Really, it's quite simple.

Here are some threads from our FAQ that might be of interest to you:

Date Ideas

Gifts & Little Thoughtful Things

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And FYI? You'll probably screw up. So will she.

It's human to make some mistakes in relationships, and it's a given, whether it's your first one or your 21st.

Probably, this won't last forever and ever. Human life doesn't, so. But it can last as long as the two of you want it to AND make allowances for things not always being super-perfect, even for one or both of you screwing up every once and a while.

Be yourself, be sincere and keep communication channels open. Just doing those things sets you both up for a good relationship very well.

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Thank's guy's I'll keep it all in mind. We work together by the way and I think that may be hurting us she is in school still to. It's her last year tho. We are worried about spending time together and about having the same old conversation's together. She say's They need to be more about me and her, whatever that mean's. Help me out here people's. I need some good conversation's to come up with between me and her. What would be awesome to talk about?
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If you don't know what she wants, there's no way we can possibly know either.

Ask her.

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