I have always felt having a talk or a 'define the relationship talk' can often add unnecessary pressure to a relationship and such. I am currently seeing someone who feels the same, we are dating and exclusive, but we just never talked about any of that stuff, it just happened. Does anyone else think not talking about 'us' is a bad idea? My friends all seem to think I should talk to her about it or ask what we are as it has been just over a month now.
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It depends on the couple. Some people just go with the flow and let what happens happen. Other people enjoy being able to talk to their new partner and be open about it. I think you need to decide for yourself (and not be persuaded by your friends) whether you want to clarify your relationship status or not. And at a time when you feel comfortable with it (which could be several months away, and you know, that's perfectly fine).
Oh, and a tip. If you decide to talk to her about it, rather than ask her, "what are we?", tell her what you want to be first e. g. "I want to call you my girlfriend, can I do that?"0