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It might also be important for you to explore the origins behind your particular partner choice—he is someone who is not truly emotionally available for a relationship because of his identity conflicts.What does this mean and say about you in terms of possible underlying dynamics you might want to address on your own.Dating A Bisexual Dear Dating A Bisexual: Thanks for writing!I’m sorry to hear about the quandary you’re in with your love interest and you are definitely in a very challenging position.You can then segue into a conversation about how the differences in your “coming out” stages pose certain problems and discuss the benefits of being “out”, etc. And one other caution…it’s common when sharing one’s feelings about the desire for a deeper relationship with someone who is closeted for that individual to experience a “freak-out” moment; the idea of a step-up of intimacy and all the risks involved can frighten him and sometimes such men have been known to break-up even the sex-bud relationship because of overwhelm.
If you do not believe you’d be able to do that, perhaps continuing the relationship would be too painful for you and you might either need to downshift to a “just friends with no sex” relationship or terminate contact altogether.
Sometimes, even with straight couples, one partner doesn't want the world to know about the relationship before the other one does.
Whether you are ready or not, they should be supportive.
If he wants to keep things the way they are, you will need to decide for yourself if you will be ok with that.
Will you be able to maintain an ongoing sexual relationship with him and temper your feelings of attraction for “more than just friends” with him?