Yes, I can keep a secret. I love secrets. I understand and relate to the concept of them - to preserve and protect life, freedom, family, occupation, and money. Since I believe it's acceptable and necessary to outright lie to protect those things, I'm more than dedicated to witholding information to protect them. Learning to keep secrets builds trust and conditions me to control the flow of information that I possess, which is a valuable discipline considering that the accumulation and application of knowledge is power. Our secret is safe. You, however, are free to tell the world whatever you want about me and our engagement. I would never expect you to bear the burden of secrecy. I want to be one less person for concern, one less worry in your life.
Intimacy can be experienced in many different ways and in many different settings but it's always about connecting on a deep, personal, and private level. Sharing is the foundation of intimacy, sharing our company, our thoughts and feelings, our experiences, our bodies, and anything else that fosters closeness. I'm comfortable getting as close to you as you need me to be. Share yourself with me. Get close to me. Do it at your own pace, on your own terms. Intimacy is fun, healthy, and invigorating.
I want to express my fondness of you. I want to like you, care about you, and appreciate you. I want my attention to be focused on your being, feelings, thoughts, and presence. You're important to me and I value you. My affection for you is delivered through gentle verbal and physical expressions that demonstrate a level of subtle and appropriate commitment. You are valid and deserve to be cared about with the same degree of passion with which you care for others.
Your comfortability level is just that, yours. While I encourage everyone to generally step out of their comfort zones to experience and become comfortable with uncertainty, I will never, ever try to pressure you to do something you aren't comfortable doing. This is your date and your experience to be decided by your judgment. I respect your comfortability level and your boundaries. You are safe and secure with me. I don't expect anything from you or for you to be a particular type of person. There is no pressure here. I respect and am sensitive to your insecurities. Just know that you can allow yourself to be emotionally, mentally, and physically comfortable with me. Whatever it is, I understand.
Companionship can mean different things to different people but your idea of companionship is all that matters. Our date is entirely defined by your sensibilities, experiences, and comfort level. Our engagement is on your terms, according to your feelings and intuitions. You are free to feel how you want to feel, be who you want to be, say what you want to say, and interact as liberally or conventionally as you want. It is your right to define, satisfy, and enjoy your idea of companionship. This is about you, nobody else.
You want to feel and enjoy the inherent good feeling that resonates when you're with someone else. You want to feel emotionally nourished, refreshed, and stimulated. You want and deserve companionship. It's a purely natural and powerful human desire innate to all of us including myself. Just as I am your companion, you are also mine. I need and want to share company with you. Feelings of bonding and chemistry are euphoric and energizing.
Although concepts and ideas of companionship differ, there are still elements common to every experience. These key elements lie at the core of, and are necessary to, the companionship experience. These elements are genuity, affection, comfort, intimacy, and discretion.
You don't want your companionship experience to be rooted in insincerity. I really hope my character and personality conform to your concept of an ideal companion because I can't and don't want to change who I am by nature. I can't become someone I'm not and I enjoy being a companion because of who I am as a person. I don't "become" a companion when I'm on our date. I already am one at heart. Any idea that I am playing a character, or that I'm acting or being insincere is misplaced. I wholeheartedly appreciate our time and company together. Our shared feelings of companionship are genuinely exciting, worthwhile, and enjoyed.