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whenever you both feel ready tbhI and my last girlfriend had a long chat before we decided to be in a relationship on what we each wanted from a relationship and what we wanted from each other whether friends or more serious we also discussed where we'd like to see whatever we could have going within the early stages of getting together... with the premise that if for any reason neither of us wanted similar things or either had an issue with some of the other's expectations and couldn't work around that, then we could call it a day as friends and go on our merry... looking back on it we had 3 good years but much of her bad habits i am still sorting out the after effects of so might be worth figuring what you both want and set some ground rules or something that outlines it sooner rather than later but dont whatever you do wait for him to bring it up... had i waited for her to bring up what needed to be discussed chances are I'd still be waiting, and tbf likewise, as if i don't see a problem or they dont voice what they need to I tend to see things as my mind over thinking things, so always good to air out what is on both of your mind's and communicate... this is key to a healthy and lasting relationship mine have failed like so many others either through growing apart or not communicating or one seems to become someone she wasn't to begin with
There's no specific time to do this. Some couples figure this out intuitively, others like to verbalize it between each other so they "know" their relationship has gotten closer to be BF/GF rather than just good friends. Its really between you and him and whether you'd like to bring up that conversation.
Two months isn't a very long time to date someone. If you go out every single week for eight weeks you've only spent about 40 hours together, most likely. You're barely past the friendship stage. I don't know what the rush is if you're seeing each other regularly. If the other party brings it up first, then discuss it. I'd say, take it slow.
Agree with @purplepoppy.
Whenever you feel the time is right.
Well I told you it went on the other question. But when you feel assured you want to move ahead with that person. In my case it was a "surprise" bué she picked it up pretty easily, I invited her for a day out in Sintra with lunch and a visit to a palace so it was obvious
It's reasonable to talk about goals (marriage, children, neither) on the first or second date. It's reasonable to ask him if he's seeing anyone else before having sex with him. What other definition do you want?
More than a month.but this depends of the reason why are you dating this guy regularly.if there is some kind of emotional exchange and desire to spend the time together outside the bedroom is this a relationship
i couldn't vote, but i like when the intentions are stated very clearly from the start. if a guy doesn't care about your intentions on a first date then he has no intentions with you more than hooking up.
It's not about time. It's about the emotional connection and investment. When those are strong enough to want to progress, that's the time to talk.
Again sorry. I wish there was an option for What talk? Lol why talk about things , you both know where you are at. Enjoy it. You know what you know so go with the flow
Wait on that shit. A lot of guys have commitment issues. At least from my experience. Let him ask about it first.
Totally depends upon the guy, I wouldn't put a set time on that.
The very fact that you are asking that question here tells me it’s time to talk to him
Do it whenever if feels right and you’re very comfortable with him.
It varies from person to person and couple to couple. When you reach the point where you have to know, then have the talk.
I don't believe in "the talk". If you need to have "the talk" with someone it means it's not the right person.
Honestly, I am probably not the best person to ask, but I guess any time you feel the relationship is stagnant.
There is no right or wrong answer to this. It’s more of a when the both of you feel comfortable making the decision to upgrade the relationship.
If you didn't have that talk AT THE VERY BEGINNING, it is too fucking late. It's that simple.Women are so stupid.
If I know the guy you are dating at all, I wouldn't worry about it.He was born of the dripping from under the table in a titty bar.
G) there is no set time, you'll know when the time is right.
I voted A, something like 2-3 weeks I would suggest.
Go with your gut-feeling and when timing looks convenient. I would not set a specific 'dead line'
If your dating him your already in a relationship. There's no need for the talk
Don’t set a time limit on it, you will know when it is the right time
Only if the relationship is solid and you've had no real arguments
It depends. Actually the guy should bring it first. My boyfriend asked me after 3 weeks.
3 months of dating you'll know if your boyfriend and girlfriend material
If you are thinking about it, then it's already the right time to talk about it.
3 weeks or four dates is usually pretty safe
Whenever you feel comfortable ♥️🥰
Wait for him to bring the topic up.
Wait to least 5-6 weeks
Yes talking is best option
When you feel it's good.
Whenever you are comfortable
I think you'll know it when you feel it.
There is no set time when do you feel comfortable
Wait for him to bring this topic up
What “talk” are you referring to?
What's ''The Talk''?
There are no rules
8 weeks or later
a week and half
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