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.
He’s attentive (he texts and chats with me online every day), affectionate, asks me out regularly (we have seen each other multiple times every week since we met), and makes time for me (he has a lot of interests and activities).
I would like to know that he isn’t sleeping with anyone else and won’t be sleeping with anyone else while we are sleeping together.
Should I have the “defining the relationship” conversation with him or should I wait and allow things to evolve more?
With a jolt of hormones, some researchers found that falling in love only takes When it comes to being "exclusive," six dates, or less than four weeks, isn't so nuts: We've had sex with the person, we've definitely spent time in their apartment and we're probably exchanging mid-afternoon texts.The number one rule of dating is to never assume that you’re exclusive with a man until it’s confirmed.Donna Flagg, a communications expert and author of Surviving Dreaded Conversations, said, "A woman should never assume her beau is exclusive.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.I know this could be a little awkward, depending on your dating situation, but I'd like to see you exclusively. Depending how you feel about some male/female roles, you may want to think about allowing the man to lead in this direction.It may look, sound and feel like it is, but that doesn't make it so.