Background: I was a chubby girl in high school and most of college so I never dated a whole lot back then. Got my a$$ in shape senior year of college, dated a little here and there, met XH, and we got married. And then divorced.?
Long story short: Dating is this whole new adventure since the divorce. I'm on Match and Plenty of Fish and having a blast.?
Fast-forward?to today: I'm dating this guy and he really seems into me. I like him too, and there's definitely chemistry. He's just about everything I have been looking for in a guy. My single issue, I guess, is that I'm not used to someone liking me more than I like them. I'm not used to the compliments (which I'm still learning to take) and his eagerness to talk to or see me. It's not that he's clingy - I guess it's the way relationships are supposed to go? He's five years older (33) and admits he's done with playing games, so that's why he's open about how he feels. I guess I'm just used to guys being this big puzzle and all the wondering about if/when he'll call me. Is this really how relationships work?
Any insight would be appreciated. ?