It is now expected that a couple will first hookup for a significant -- albeit unsubstantial -- period of time, only to then qualify their pseudo relationship with vague promises of monogamy.
"How is dating her exclusively any different from calling her your girlfriend?
And THAT can be a problem, especially when it comes to monogamy.
To some, being "Exclusive" means agreeing not to have sexual relations with anyone else. Them not sleeping with others might just be their own way of practicing patience or abstinence, moreso that it indicating that they're committed to eachother.
" But now, it seems that people are naturally fading/falling into relationships with eachother, even if neither person verbally/technically made it official.
Plus: The Ultimate First Date Guide: Everything You’d Ever Need To Know (Seriously) The most infamous of all PXRs, the FWB relationship is rarely ever as uncomplicated as either party pretends it is.
The promise of a “no-strings-attached” deal with a person who you actually enjoy hanging out with is just too sweet, though.
You’re not necessarily exclusive, but you’re interested in the someone. Plus: 23 Reasons to Date a Midwesterner There were probably a lot of reasons that you and your ex called it quits. There’s no reason that, as long as you’re both single, you shouldn’t be able to continue enjoying the one thing that was actually working, right?
The lack of a name for your relationship can be incredibly frustrating, especially when one of your prying relatives inquires about your love life at a family function.