Shady Stellar
Shady Stellar thanked Danae Hitch's answer

If you were planning to visit that country anyway, I would say to go ahead and meet him. Take the usual precautions - just because you've video-chatted, doesn't mean he's not crazy. He could easily have someone pretend to be him and call you.

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Shady Stellar
Shady Stellar thanked Danae Hitch's answer

I would count that as a good thing that you still feel joy whenever you see him. As to why you're nervous, I would only be guessing. If you guys aren't sexually active and maybe you're feeling pressure from him to go farther than you're ready for, maybe that's it. Otherwise, I don't know.

Shady Stellar
Shady Stellar thanked Pepper pot's answer

His actions in the eyes of the law is classed as assault. If a stranger in the street forced themself on you, you'd feel assaulted. The fact that his "a friend" makes no difference,  his advances were unwanted and unprovoked by you.

Shady Stellar
Shady Stellar answered

If you share the place fifty-fifty then you have the right to say this "I don't want your boyfriend to sleep here coz I won't allow my boyfriend to sleep here either, what do you think?" If she still wants to bring him over then ask her money to book you a hotel room coz … Read more