With that being said, if “the talk” has not happened after, let’s say 3-4 months, it is safe to say that there may be something else going on in his mind that may be stopping him from fully claiming you as his. His idea of a relationship is different than yours 3.He’s not good at (or fears) speaking his truth/feelings (fear of vulnerability) 4.The glow of infatuation will still be there in a month, but you'll be able to use this period to see how your date deals with things, and more fully who they are. Does she gossip about her friends, make snide comments about other women? " Or, you could not ask about others, and just tell the person the following: I've really enjoyed spending time with you over the last 6 weeks.
If a man is truly into you, he will want to claim you as his own in order to define a line so that you won’t still be out there shopping. Your partner has a fear of commitment based on past experiences 2.And, you’re busy with work and other commitments, so you rationalize you don’t have time to keep playing the field. The social, fun loving guy seems to drink just a little bit too much. Even if he asks you to be exclusive right away or says he isn’t dating others, continue to keep your options open.Maybe it just feels so right that you both agree to be exclusive with one another after a few dates. This is so important because it enables you to compare and contrast different men so you can truly find the best guy for you.Additionally, a secure and confident woman is more likely to enjoy the “undefined-ness” of the relationship because she is actually deciding for if he is indeed the man she would like to commit to.Most often, the woman that is pushing is insecure within herself and is subconsciously looking for her partner to make her feel secure.
Open, honest communication is the key The “exclusivity” talk is an important one, but not one that can be defined perfectly with an exact amount of time.