Post # 1
I posted here about a week ago on another matter with him, nothing in relation to this post though.
Tonight, he had trouble performing in the bedroom, and he kept saying it wasn’t me and that he has no idea what’s wrong. He eventually did after an hour…
In between all of this, I asked him if it’s a mental block, to which he replied, “I think so. I’m just happy.” I asked him what that meant and he said “I’m not used to being happy.” I asked him if he was scared, and he said no.
After we got dressed, he said he likes sex to be personal and intimate and that he likes “making love.” Which, we did.
He is a man of few words and continually says he’s terrible at talking about his feelings. I feel like I’m ready to tell him how I feel, but I can’t gauge what he is feeling. His comments could go either way…
Post # 2
I think a good time to say you love someone is when you are more sure they would say it back than not say it back. So I’d say when your 70% sure they feel the same way at the least. Nothing kills something faster than saying it when the other person isn’t ready or doesn’t feel that way.
Post # 3
I’ve always been one to say it when I feel it, I’ve never overthought it or worried about timing.
Post # 4
It takes me a while to fall in love, with my fiancée I knew she was wanted to say it but I didn’t feel it yet so told her to wait as I want to be 100% sure when I say it back. I think the best time to say it is when you’re sure the person loves you too, there’s nothing more awkward than telling someone you love them and them not saying it back.