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Gaze into the future. Gaze into the past. You seek Braco's advice? Dump his ass.
I know you're not living together yet but this reminds me of the point you usually reach after living together for a year or more.. he was on his best behaviour in the beginning and now that he's comfortable he's showing you more of who he's going to be longer term. It's often make or break, either you talk it out and he puts an effort in again or he's just the type to totally take partners for granted after a while. If he's the latter then he'll likely have a string of gfs treated to that carry on before he even attempts to change.
The concerning part is that you're a year in and it's heading this way already. Especially when it comes to wanting sex and making no real effort to make sex appealing for you… it's so soon to be reaching that point. Maybe he thinks the abortion experience has you so emotionally tied to him that he has you secured no matter what.
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I’m new to dating apps and ended up unintentionally “multi dating” for the first time in my life.
I’m starting to feel serious about one of the people I’ve met, and I can tell they feel the same. I would probably go exclusive with them given the chance.
At what point should I start to tell the others I’m talking to, and most importantly, how? Part of me says not to put all of my eggs in one basket until we’re actually exclusive, and another says I’m leading the others on if I keep talking to them like usual.