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I think at three dates, you should talk about what you want and where you see things going. If you agree, then you should take bolder steps towards a relationship. By that, I mean establishing boundaries, meeting each others' families, etc. If those go well, then I say make it official.10
Probably. Unless there was some other factors like you were technically seeing each other as friends before it but never considered them dates.0
1st date and we decided to go exclusive. It is a matter of how interested you are with each other and does not plan to see someone else.0
I got exclusive on my first one so.. Yeah.
I only go on dates when I know the relationship is going somewhere.0
My boyfriend asked me on the first date as he's a bloody weirdo . So no it's fine0
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in my opinion - yes.
i mean, you barely know the guy and he barely knows you. not that this stuff never happens - too often actually if you ask me - but, do you really think this is the way to go?
date for at least a month or two, get to know the guy, see if there are any red flags, see if you two are compatible, and then decide.
also in the meantime you can date other guys to see if there's a better option.
stop rushing into relationships. not good at all.10
If both of you agree, I see no problem with that.
I had that same thing with a girl, when I was in school. I said, yeah its early but we can just try it and in 30 days we decide if we stay together.
- > worked actually quite well.0
No. I'd guess its a pretty reasonable time to stop seeing each other and let things progress physically. Doesn't mean you're married, just means you're not screwing other people.0
Girl,that's waay too soon. I mean,seriously? Don't you want to learn more about the person before making that commitment?11
Not at all! I move at that pace as well because i dont want to be wasting my time.0
I don't even know how to officially say you are exclusive.0
I don't think it is at all.0
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I think it is a pretty good time. IMO if you wait much longer you run the risk of sending the wrong signals and he may think you are not really that into him because you haven't let him know you had the expectations of monogamy.
Remember that just because you decide on being exclusive it doesn't mean that you can't change your mind a day/a week/a month later if you change your mind! It's your life and your body and you are entitled to pursue what you want -> if your partner want the same things then problem solved
-> if not then time to move on or compromise!