Dating someone not exclusive

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You need more than physical and sexual attraction – you should be getting an initial sense of their values and whether they treat you with care, trust and respect, and of course match words with actions.If you’re not getting to know them or you are, and are experiencing things that are at the very least proceed with caution signals or at their worst, full on abort mission signals, this is because you’ve already decided to commit, regardless.I’ve been emphasising something over the past few months that I feel it’s time to revisit: Dating is a discovery phase.Use the period from when you meet whether it starts out online or in the ‘real world’ as an opportunity for you both to discover the ‘facts’ about one another and assimilate whether you want to progress…or opt out.

He clearly likes being around you, but making time for quality interaction means that weekend calls are probably few and far between.Maybe this is what scares me about some of the stories I hear – I know that dating can be tough, especially if you’re doing it online.I have a mother, friends, family, and of course many readers who are dating.Part of me feels there's no difference since we act like BF/GF; however, there seems to be a distinction made during conversations with my....well, the guy I'm dating exclusively.We've been exclusive since the beginning (2 months ).

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