Dating should you become exclusive

Not everything has to be analysed or a date set for it.

Sometimes the best thing to do is to give it time and allow a strengthening bond to develop that is naturally exclusive.

If you’re doing all the running and they still want to shop around, it may be time to look for a better match.

Sometimes the decision to become mutual happens on its own because you’ve been seeing each other for so long it was an unspoken, natural transition.

Not everyone likes to communicate with lots of matches or date more than one person.

People like this will pursue one avenue at a time and only move onto another when they’ve come to a dead end.

I am very happy (and he said that he is happy when he is with me) and like him the more I get to know him.

If you aren’t that into someone, you simply won’t bother putting in the effort — it’s much easier to plan a wine-and-Netflix type night.

This is much more like the old fashioned way of dating and is just as acceptable as multiple connections, only easier to manage because you efforts are concentrated in one place.

For someone like this the decision to be exclusive will often involve closing their dating account because they’ve found the road that didn’t lead to a dead end but opened up to future happiness.

Perhaps you were dating other people but your attention has dropped; now there’s only one person on your mind and no-one else seems to compare.

When you’re ready to become exclusive it often feels like it isn’t a choice.Here are a few life experience I, for one, wish would happen in a month — or even a month boiled down to 24 hours!


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