Hes moving away dating
Also, you could stay where you are for some time and your partner could spread the word (and CV) about you in his new location — that would open you some doors even without physically being there. I kept sending job applications to companies in China, providing local phone number of my boyfriend in advance before flying down.Meanwhile, he was promoting my skills everywhere — meetings with clients, bars, friends, his workplace etc. The day I landed in China, I had no time to overcome my jet lag — I had interviews lined up!I have never had anyone else look at me the way he looks at me. He is not the type to attract a lot of females and has not had any relationships longer than a year. And the thing is, just three dates in, we don't know if he'd even be able to check that box off, never mind the sheer physical inaccessibility.He is definitely somewhat of a loner, but he is not the angry/mean loaner type. but supposed to do a fellowship afterwards, although I can change that around and move in a year. And I say this as someone who used to pretty regularly do holiday flings.He is overly cautious as far as dating goes, so it is possible that he is going to be alone for a while (never assume, but...). Should I tell him that I'm in love with him before he leaves? I get a bit over a month off every winter and, prior to getting locked down, used to travel home and date for fun during that time.
I have literally never felt so comfortable with and close to another human being (have been married before and had another long term relationship that ended 2 months ago). Yeah, it sucks you found someone you dig but it logistically won't work out. You could bet that there are at least a handful who, if not for some form of barrier, would be perfect for you.In the beginning, he was telling me to stop dating other guys (kind of jokingly), but he had basically told me to move on. Enjoy our last month together and try not to get too attached? I don't really believe in long distance relationships (I did have two when I was younger), but I can't help but think that I'm losing "the one".