Your kindness, encouragement and taking time over the phone to listen and help really made the difference. She is excited that she can go to camp without worrying.
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He'll drive home even if it's the crack of dawn. I stayed over and he was clearly trying to stay up, told him to relax and go to bed.
We both ended up falling asleep at like midnight, but at about 4am I rolled over to cuddle him and realized there was a wet patch.
I found this out a few days ago when I stayed at his place for the night.
Now that I think of it, it should have been more obvious since he avoids staying at my place.
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I really don't care about it and it doesn't bother me at all, I'd just maybe suggest he try wearing protection at night or something (perhaps he usually does but felt embarrassed with me around? I actually think it's kind of cute and it may even turn me on more than a little, but I'm not sure it's appropriate to share that with him? I hate seeing him embarrassed about this, especially since I don't feel the same way about it.
Basically I'm wondering what I can do to be supportive and make him feel less embarrassed?
I pulled the blanket back and realized what had happened, he was absolutely soaked. Now he's super embarrassed in front of me and he will barely look me in the eye.