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Don’t expect an immediate “I love you” back When you’re ready to speak up, present it as a feeling you can’t deny, but not one you expect your date to reciprocate.“Say, ‘Look, you don’t have to say anything, but I want you to know, I think I’m falling in love with you’ or ‘I’m not sure what I’m feeling, but I think I might be falling in love with you,’” suggests Puhn.Frame it as a request People rarely respond well to demands or ultimatums, so the last thing you want to do is play hardball with lines like, “I can’t see you anymore unless we’re exclusive.” The key, says Puhn, is to present your desire in an amiable way that shows you’re open to a discussion about it.

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 ).

Instead, try, “How do you envision your future—say, ten years from now?

” If your honey says, “I could see slowing down my career for a few years to raise my kids,” he or she has just volunteered the very info that you’d be hard-pressed to squeeze out otherwise.

Ask about who has the problem): The more objective your questions, the more likely your date will answer honestly.

Ask about your sweetie’s family and about friends’ marriages.

Tackled well, they’ll bring you closer as a couple.

If not, they’ll make for an awfully awkward dinner. the latter situation, we’ve asked least two to three times a week,” says Puhn, or when sex is on the verge of entering the picture—both are logical points to pop the exclusivity question.

” “It’s not about the ex in particular,” says Puhn.

“It’s about opening the door for the person to say, ‘Oh man, I thought it was the end of the world…’” Steer clear of direct questions If you’re dying to get hitched or have kids, it’s understandable to want to see if this person has the same wish.

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