Freaking out

I think my boyfriend is going to propose either moving in together or marriage. I’m freaking out as i don’t want either. I feel so guilty for not wanting it but i like how things are. I hope I’m wrong but he said when he visits this weekend we need to go without my kids to have a talk because he’s thought a lot this week. And it’s nothing negative. Ugh I’m not going to like this conversation I’m afraid.

6 thoughts on “Freaking out

  1. Just be honest about where you are emotionally. If that hurts him now,imagine how he will feel if you just go with the flow then things blow up. Nothing wrong with how you are feeling. If he truly has any depth of emotion and respect for you,he will understand that.
    I wish you nothing but the best😍💜

  2. Agree with everyone else. The only way to deal with this is to be honest. Honest with yourself and honest with him. It’s ok to be in a different place. It’s ok to tell him that. It’s ok to be nervous.
    But, maybe that’s not it. Don’t get too nervous if you can help it.

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