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so I started talking to a daddy a few days ago and he's already using pet names and talking about setting up rules? I don't know, I'm just frustrated because even in my vanilla life, people always try to rush into relationships and don't even try to get to know me. :/ I wouldn't go as far to call him a fake daddy, I'm sure he's very nice, but he and so many others seem to be so caught up in getting into relationships, like simply having a little or a daddy is the end goal.

 

I don't know. What do you all think?

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I think there's no right or wrong way to go about it, but it makes you uncomfortabe so I feel like talking to him would be the best option. Try to explain why it makes you feel uncomfortable and see if he understands. Maybe he's just really happy that things are going well and his enthusiasm is his way of showing you that he already likes you a lot :)
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Maybe ask him if he can slow down and get to know you better and if he questions it or stops contact you will know what his true intentions are. If he REALLY wants to be your daddy he will respect you and not push your comfort zones if you are uncomfortable. I don't know a lot about little relationships but I do know there needs to be some kind of communication.

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Communicate. You've only known him a few days, you don't have a thing to lose. If he's not a good fit, find out now.
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Communicate. You've only known him a few days, you don't have a thing to lose. If he's not a good fit, find out now.

Heed these very wise words!

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Rushing in any relationship is generally not very helpful. If you like this daddy tell him to slow down and let things happen naturally. Remember you are in control.
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Communicate. You've only known him a few days, you don't have a thing to lose. If he's not a good fit, find out now.

I agree with this. My Daddy and I moved quickly but we were both in a place where it made sense and we talked extensively. We knew it was a good fit and there were no red flags.

 

That's not common or for everyone. If you feel uncomfortable tell him and if he's a good Daddy and a good guy then he'll adjust to what you need.

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Guest LavanderRabbit

Let him know you would like a bit more perspective on him and would like to start slow with dating first. I don't like when people try to rush relationships either and I was only talking to my Daddy for 3 months before we tried dating. This isn't high school, relationships can take longer to create and last longer then four years. (I do know people that have been together since freshman year of high school, but that's besides the point)

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Communicate. You've only known him a few days, you don't have a thing to lose. If he's not a good fit, find out now.

Daddy's got it! :)

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Communicate. You've only known him a few days, you don't have a thing to lose. If he's not a good fit, find out now.

Daddy's right!

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Communicate. You've only known him a few days, you don't have a thing to lose. If he's not a good fit, find out now.

 

Basically. Communication is the only way. 

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Guest Kitten_Mae

Communication is definitely important! You need to tell him your feelings and how you feel about how fast he is moving! You have every right to having as much time as you need to get to know him before you venture into the world of rules, ownership, and pet names.

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