Ask Amy: Texting leads to romance, insecurity

Dear Amy: About two years ago, I messaged Bradley on social media. (They were both gay.)

I complimented him on some photos he posted.

He texted me back, which led to constant texts, which then led to phone calls. What struck me was how often she took the initiative. I would text in the morning and afternoon. The phone calls could last two or three hours, on a daily basis.

He told me he shared more of his life with me than anyone else.

After several months of almost daily calls and texts I told him I love him. He said the same to me. He has really become a part of my life. We talked about meeting.

He recently landed a job in the West, which means moving from his home state to the East.

I live in the Midwest.

Now my insecurities are taking hold. There will be big changes in her life, with a move and a new job. I can imagine him meeting in person other guys that he has been in contact with.

I came into her life during a hiatus due to the pandemic.

He assured me we will stay in touch. She says I mean a lot to him and deeply appreciate all I have done to help and support him.

My fear is that I will eventually be left out. This happened once in my life and it hurt me deeply.

#Amy #Texting #leads #romance #insecurity

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