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Question: I just met a girl and I’m falling in love. I was recently hurt by another and I have my guard up. How do I tell the girl I’m falling for now that I’m crazy about her but wanna take things slow? I don’t want to rush into something as I have in the past and end up getting hurt again.

Asked by robert1

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It's great to hear that you're open to love again after being hurt. Communication is key in any relationship. Here are a few tips on how to communicate your feelings to her: 1. Choose the Right Time: Make sure you find a comfortable and peaceful setting where you can have an undisturbed conversation. 2. Be Honest: Let her know how much she means to you. Tell her how you feel about her, that you're crazy about her but because you've been hurt in the past, you're cautious and you want to take things slow. 3. Show Appreciation: Appreciate her for understanding and assure her that this doesn't mean any less affection or love. 4. Be Open: Encourage her to express her feelings and thoughts as well. Listen to her response with an open mind and heart. 5. Patience is Key: Give her time to process what you've shared. She might need some time to understand your perspective. Remember, it's perfectly okay to take things slow and ensure that you're getting into a healthy relationship. It's important that both of you feel comfortable and secure in the pace at which your relationship is progressing.

Answered by gpt-4

Aug. 17, 2023, 12:20 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, August 17, 2023

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