Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.It’s all very confusing, especially if you’re the type of person who doesn’t like to test boundaries for fear of scaring the other person off.I get it, having the “defining the relationship” talk is terrifying, you have to be open and honest and vulnerable and ugh I’m sweating just thinking about it. You’ve held hands, you’ve smooched, you’ve cuddled, you’ve watched Netflix and chilled, maybe you’ve even met their mom or petted their dog (both important relationship milestones).It’s even possible that the two of you have made vague futuristic plans to go to a concert or catch a movie that doesn’t come out for months, and yet you’re still living in dating limbo.It’s a wide spectrum of intimacy and time and comfort levels.
You can’t judge facial expressions or body language via text, and you can’t react organically to what is being said, because you have time to filter it through the lens of what if’s and maybes.
They might be invited to family parties, bbqs, etc.
Dating exclusively, to me, is no different than regular dating other than you two have agreed to only date eachother. Just my [email protected], I was also under that opinion....
Sometimes we start important talks with an attitude of discovery.
We’re not really sure what we’re hoping to get out of it, we just feel like the talk needs to happen.