I can tell by your writing that you are obviously quite a bright guy. Reflecting back on your first post----again, it is not at all uncommon for relationships to start out very intensely, and then for one partner to "catch themselves" in terms of having the "rational" side of their brain gain more strength and caution them to "slow down"---perhaps because they moved too fast in the past and got hurt, or because they realize they have other things they want to accomplish and as a practical matter, the pace and intensity of the contact in the relationship isn't compatible with seeking those goals. So you can safely think about new, fast moving and intense love relationships as being much more emotionally driven than created by a combination of emotion, careful consideration/thought (rational thinking).
You ask whether it is o.k. for you to sacrifice your desire to spend more time with her so she can move get acclimated, though there are no guarantees of this improving in the future. I would say, "yes" it is certainly o.k. for you to sacrifice in this way. Frankly, more relationships would survive if more people knew how to give more than their "50%" in a relationship. So if you feel you can do this, it will probably be good for you, and good for any future partner you have in a relationship. May sound silly or trite, but it does help once in a while to practice sacrificing for others or knowing that for a time, we won't get as much out of a relationship as we might invest in it. And, as a practical matter, you likely have no choice except to do so or do what (?), abandon her, along with whatever degree of frustration you feel and try your fortunes with someone else (?). I would suspect you definitely do NOT want to do the latter!
Also, you are ABSOLUTELY correct in thinking you should perhaps give her space, not pressure her or say things like, "oh, so you don't want to spend time with me"? Your intuition is correct i.e, how attractive or enamoring is it to hear that from someone? You would sound like an insecure, overly dependent partner. EVEN THOUGH YOU FEEL THAT WAY PERHAPS, you absolutely should not act like it!!
Hope this information is helpful to you. Let me know please, if I've overlooked any important aspect of your question. You sound like you will do just fine in this or another relationship in the future; your main enemy is your need to battle your anxiety
over losing a relationship you really want (insecurities). Frankly, this sounds quite normal, however; it happens to many if not most people as they mature and gain experience in love relationships.
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