If this becomes a long-term relationship, it could be a tricky one for both of you, but especially for your partner. In being involved with you, they will be drawn away from their rightful life path. Whether you realize it or not, you'll throw challenges in their way, preventing them from moving forward in the way that's most natural for them.
Even if you don't mean to, you'll place limits on them, which automatically means you'll restrict their growth. Perhaps in conversation you'll tell them the 'right' way to think (according to you, of course) rather than letting them speak their own mind and voice their differing opinions. Perhaps you'll demand a commitment rather than letting the relationship develop slowly and naturally on its own -- because doing that might mean accepting that you'll grow apart over time. Basically, you'll push your own security needs onto your partner, where they'll be felt as restrictive influences. Of course, it takes two to tango, as they say; if your partner submits to your limiting influence, it likely means that they aren't ready yet to stand up for themselves and move in the direction that's right for them, despite the obstacles in their way. Paradoxically, this could be a karmically important relationship for them, as it will push them to become stronger in the face of challenges and to find their true direction in life despite your heavy, controlling power over them.