HelloPeople saidFirst date and you're already planning things like that already? You are scaring/suffocating the guy. *pats* Take it slow babe, if he's yours he's yours, no need to plan this and that on the very first date; that is not how a well-structured relationship works. Plus a 10 hour date, specially on the very first date is too much, 3 hours is enough.
Don't rush things, don't bind or suffocate him. Best of luck to ya.
So I've been talking to this guy off and on for a while and for the past week now we've been pretty on. He and I have been getting really close. He's been saying I've all over him so I've been trying to pull back by being mean to him. Is this the right way of going about it?
Pulling back for a bit is a right thing to do, but being mean purposely is not right tho. Don't play games; that is never right to begin with.
If there's anything you should be playing with, it should be your own dick. Ahem. With the dirty joke aside, I should get back to the topic. IMO, dating/getting in a relationship doesn't mean 2 people sticking together like they were glued or sewn that they need to stay together every hour every minute every second literally; while your significant other is important, one can't just simply ignore each others' own personal space and personal growth -- you need to explore the world, you need to learn a lot of things, you need to broaden your horizons too and of course so does him.
Clinginess doesn't mean anything or makes you the best lover; but those few moments of separating (not in a broke up way) while still being able to love and retain your feelings for that person, that's one of the stuff what helps a genuine love-relationship strong.