Every new relationship has that defining moment when you both have to decide if you want to make it one on one. I mean, you basically spend all your time together anyway, so it makes sense. It can be tricky having the actual conversation, though. Especially if neither of you want to bring up the topic of “exclusive” as the next step.
When you feel ready to have the “just you and me” conversation, do you usually decide to bring it up? My friend Henry thinks guys could probably do without the labels and the talk because their actions already show how they feel and what they want. He doesn’t understand why women seem to push for the relationship label and exclusive talk.
Oh yes, it’s all fun and games until the guy you are spending time with shows up to a party with somebody else; and why would you have a right to get angry because you never talked exclusive? Sometimes, being on the same page in dating is imperative. It keeps drama and misunderstanding to a minimum!
When do you think is a good time to talk about being exclusive? Why do some men believe this conversation can not be had unless he has had a chance to check out bedroom skills?
by Wise Diva, Misadventures in Atlanta