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He also grew up in foster care and moved through dozens of homes. You being concerned with the lack of trust is also understandable. Also that he went so far as to track where I was through my google account's location services (which I didn't even know could do that).Otherwise, now, he's an incredibly mature adult, a budding management career with a company car and good salary, and otherwise stand-up guy. I'm very often as being mature, and old-spirited, beyond my years. No dad growing up (Apart from a very poor-example stepfather), so I guess no example of what healthy hetero relationships look like? In all honesty, I want to be wrong and I want to know how. If the relationship ends, though, I have somewhere to go and I can (with some careful OT utilization) get my finances to come full circle. I think you and BF should consider couples counseling. Again, the thing I'm questioning is the Trust part. "The obvious as I see it: He wants a committed, monogamous relationship.And, according to him, all 3 ended with him being cheated on. About 8 year age difference, him older (myself now 21, started at 20)(Also living by myself since 18, had a management job, mature, etc). Myself more liberally minded, him very conservative (in terms of dating relationship and terms of said relationship). The second was to cut off contact with anyone I'd "been with" prior to my meeting him. The rest were people (guys) I valued closely not as sex-friends or even friends/benefits, but as trusted friends and good people.He also grew up in foster care and moved through dozens of homes. When he moved in, we were on same financial level, so neither was living off the other. As we started officially dating, he outlined a couple things was completely uncomfortable with, and would leave if they arose. It just happened, unfortunately, that sex had been involved and so they were disqualified from being in my social circle, in person or online.

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Lose the former lovers in your contact page and def stop trying to force your new Squeeze to hang out with your rejects. Every couple months, I'd bring up the subject of him meeting those same friends, not for interest of 3 way (though it was, not that I can remember apparently something I had mentioned very early in the relationship or even just before the official-ness of it.) Each time he would, with increasing ferocity, say it would never happen.

Otherwise, now, he's an incredibly mature adult, a budding management career with a company car and good salary, and otherwise stand-up guy. I'm very often as being mature, and old-spirited, beyond my years. No dad growing up (Apart from a very poor-example stepfather), so I guess no example of what healthy hetero relationships look like? In all honesty, I want to be wrong and I want to know how. If the relationship ends, though, I have somewhere to go and I can (with some careful OT utilization) get my finances to come full circle. Than get "committed" and respect your partner and his wishes to not be involved in your past sexual relationships. t want to meet your former boyfriends so try and respect that. Am I need to compromise, or do I need to stick to my convictions? I know this is a "talk about marriage" post, but I can't find a "Just Dating for Young Gay Guys Trying to Figure Life Out" website. To his chagrin, I did keep up very limited and of-course strictly-friendly contact with them, text saying "Hi how's it going every now and then." Once in a while, he would go through my phone. I had nothing to hide and I really wasn't that secretive.

No brainer- Glad he has a company car- super important detail. Than get "committed" and respect your partner and his wishes to not be involved in your past sexual relationships. It's been entirely to his rules for the entirety of the relationship. As for the car, that was more just emphasizing he's successful, responsible. He has been let down by almost every person in his life so he is entitled to be cautious in any relationship. I thought it was just curiosity what I was up to e-socially.

A couple websites referenced in in building a relationship before dating even starts, but I've seen no anecdote about using it during an unfaithfulless relationship.

Some backstory on him- He's been in 3 relationships that I know of. Apart from initial move-in pains, no actual issues between us on living in close quarters.

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