(It's no mystery why he called you "Marissa" during sex.) Shut it down ASAP before you're in too deep feelings-wise, and make the text short, concise, and to the point.
If you're serious about pursuing a friendship, propose a fun, but explicitly non-romantic hang-out.
Instead, you should accept the reality of the breakup situation, make peace with what occurred and place your focus on the future instead of the past.
He probably thought the date went really well because you're charming and funny and legitimately enjoyed yourself.Even if you feel you could’ve done things differently, you should still be an advocate for yourself and treat yourself with respect, dignity and love.A breakup doesn’t define your self-worth or self-image, and while you may feel the need to engage in unhealthy behaviors such as binge drinking or overeating in order to deal with your whirlwind of emotions, it’s imperative that you engage in self-love and self-care instead.Sometimes, a face-to-face conversation is the only way to end a romantic liaison, especially when you've been hanging out with someone repeatedly for a few weeks.Pick a neutral, well-lit space so the conversation doesn't end in a hook up. (Your therapy appointment is in 30 minutes, for example.)You may feel a connection, but there's a reason you both have been "too busy" to spend quality human-to-human time together.