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I care about you a lot, and I know things might seem intense since we’ve gotten very close, very quickly, but please don’t let that scare you.
Give him a little time to sit with his feelings and sort things out.
Like I say in Chapter 12, chances are he’ll come to the conclusion that he can’t live without you on his own.
I explain that it isn’t personal…It’s likely that Sam is apprehensive about the IDEA of commitment, not necessarily a commitment WITH Molly.“You see, a guy usually needs to EASE his way into a committed relationship like he would ease his way into a hot tub: He’s pretty sure that once he gets all the way into the hot tub (i.e.
commits), it’s going to feel AMAZING…But the first time he touches the water it feels UNCOMFORTABLY HOT…So he first has to dip his toe in and get used to that (i.e.