7 months dating
We talk to eachother everyday, and make it a point to see eachother on the weekend, as we are both normally very busy during the week.I feel like a real relationship is developing except for the fact that he hasn't ever invited me to hang out with him and his friends, and Have only once been to his brothers but never met his mother.If you scour the Internet there are lots of advocates of just that.This article says to break up with him immediately if you’ve confronted him about this topic and he doesn’t take action soon.My biggest annoyance with men and women alike is wishy-washy situations. Of course, dating 7 months long without any commitment is long.I'm not anti-casual-sex (when that's where one is in one's life at the time) and I'm certainly not anti-serious relationships. You basically told the guy you're fine with casual and you have no expectations.You like your guy a lot, and then you start to notice a relationship milestone that pops up in your mind like many women encounter when dating men: Why isn’t he introducing me to those close to him?
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I was in this situation before, which is why I'm suggestion this. But, at seven months you should definitely bring it up if you are looking for a committed relationship. (At that time I was still young enough that I didn't believe exclusivity talks were necessary. A few days after that, I had a talk with him, found out that he did not consider us to be exclusive, committed, or boyfriend/girlfriend, even though he was not dating anyone else. You should become exclusive somewhere between 2-3 months. I do find it strange though that yall tall everyday and see eachother regularly.