By agrace | Apr 14 2016
I made a big mistake with a guy who I didn't expect to like as much as I do now. What can I do to fix it if possible?
Now I'm Wondering
So I met a guy on tinder we talked a few weeks before meeting we went out a few times. I ended up sleeping with him the third time I saw him. I didn't really like him as much the first time but as we hung out more I started to get know him better and developed more feelings for him. I think what we had was a casual relationship cause he would use terms like "babe" and "hun." But then I made a big mistake, one time during sex I faked an orgasm and he ended up asking me the next day "did you really cum?" and I said no and he got upset I lied and has been acting very distant, he never replies back to me and if he does now it will usually be the next day. I know I shouldn't have done it but I got frustrated and felt so much pressure to orgasm cause he kept asking. But I want to fix things, I don't know if its to late, I really do like him a lot, more then I expected to. But if he doesn't want to fix things and talk it out and wants to continue to explore his options and find better then by all means go ahead, we're not even dating so I don't have that right to get mad or even jealous. I've learned my lesson never to do that again. I know it sucks cause its going to hurt a bit, but I don't want to give up without trying first to see if I can somehow fix this. By the way I've never had a boyfriend before and I've had only one casual relationship before and it ended awfully. I pretty much missed that dating phase in high school because I was so focused on getting into university and my sport back then, but I am now interested in it now and I'm like a baby to the dating world so please help a girl out :)