Dra. Margarita Holmes
Dear Dra Holmes:
I met a European guy online (I’m Filipina) through a professional site. He reached out to me, introduced himself and said he wanted to get to know me. We have known each other for more than a month now. At first, I was just answe-ring his questions (if I had a family, what my hobbies were, etc.) I was sort of going with the flow.
When we moved our conversations to a free messaging service, he cancelled his profile on the professional site (not sure of the reason why he did that). He’s divorced with three young children, while I am single without children.
Normally, I wouldn’t give a chance to a divorced man, even more so to someone who’s already a father because I thought it would be complicated. However, as our conversations continued, I realized I enjoyed talking to him, and I really liked his honesty.
He is also very romantic. I realized that I am already falling in love with him, something that surprised my friends, since I am the type of woman who does not fall in love ea-sily. We have been chatting regularly but then lately I realized that it was mostly me who initiated the conversations, but he always replies almost immediately whenever I message him, and he is always very sweet.
He sends me at-the-moment pictures of himself while at work or at home, but I only sent him a picture of myself once (aside from my profile pictures that he already had).
I am wondering if the reason why he no longer initiates our conversations is because he is already confident that I will always be the one to initiate, or has he already lost his interest in me?
Right now, I am refraining myself from messaging him any further because I want to make sure that he mis-ses me too.
My question: should I continue on not messaging him first, or should I go ahead and continue being sweet to him even if he no longer initiates? Thanks,
DRA. HOLMES’ ANS WER WILL BE IN FRIDAY’S COLUMN
Si Dra Holmes ay nagsusulat sa Abante tuwing Lunes, Miyerkules at Biyernes. Sulatan siya sa Facebook ni Dr Margarita Holmes http://www.facebook.com/dr-margieholmes
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