When to make a dating relationship exclusive
'Cause y'all go on dates, care for each other, meet each other's friends; in short, do everything that a couple would do.
However, in (online) dating norms, they say exclusive dating is precursor to being called boyfriend/girlfriend. But there are certain universal dos and don'ts that have to be taken care of, for a successful relationship. After a certain time, people get bored of their relationships, and they start falling short of topics of conversation.
If your partner is always excited to be with you, then it’s a great sign. When your partner invites you to meet their close friends and family, it’s another good sign that the relationship is ready to be exclusive.
Notice how the friends and family interact with you too. Do their friends say how much your partner talks about you? You make excuses to see one another, even if it’s only for a quick kiss.
If they’re being clear about not wanting to make it exclusive, you need to pay attention to this.
When you’re out and see other couples, do they yearn for the same thing?
Some people find this topic too taboo to bring up at all. While it’s always best to confirm that your feelings about the relationship are mutual, taking notice of these signs will help you feel more confident that the relationship is progressing in the desired direction.
” I personally hate this drama-inducing question and tried to avoid it in the past. Don’t assume because one is happening that you have the golden ticket for exclusivity.
The latest dating trend of "I like you, and wanna try out ways together, and check if it actually works.
Hesitation: Gaging where the two of you stand and hesitating to take it to another step.
Curiosity: You are eager to know more about her, to know her past, her dating history, etc., and she feels the same about you. You both don't really know if y'all should stop hunting.
*** Clearly this wasn’t our best, most romantic conversation ever.
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