Commitment talk dating
Even a couple who isn't monogamous can make a commitment to one another.
Remember, you don't have to give up on what's most important to you or just go along with whatever he says.
There is a weird soft spot in the beginning of many relationships that very often sets the tone for how the relationship grows or doesn’t grow. Secondly, and equally important, if you are pretending the casual nature of your newly blossoming romance is OK with you, when it’s not, when you are wanting more certainty or definition, that is not only unfair to the guy, but it is fundamentally dishonest. So, if you are wondering if it’s time to have “the talk”, it probably is. The guy who is going to balk at the thought of an honest talk about your status is just as likely to balk if you wait another six months, wondering and fretting.
It’s that awkward place after you’ve been on more then a few dates, before “the” talk has happened when the woman tries very hard not to push and seem needy - while at the same time seething with angst and uncertainty about the status of this newly formed thing. You are teaching this guy to treat you in casual way all the while feeling frustrated and getting angry he isn’t moving towards a commitment of some sort. You have to be willing to hear the truth, but the truth is always easier to manage then anything your imagination can dish out for you.
What's most important is for you to first be honest with yourself.
What are you really looking for right now in a relationship with this person?
They are so worried about pressuring, giving the wrong impression or hearing news they don’' want to hear, they never bring up the subject of commitment.