With that being said, if “the talk” has not happened after, let’s say 3-4 months, it is safe to say that there may be something else going on in his mind that may be stopping him from fully claiming you as his. His idea of a relationship is different than yours 3.He’s not good at (or fears) speaking his truth/feelings (fear of vulnerability) 4.Most often if affection/love is mutual, the “talk” will happen naturally.If a man is truly into you, he will want to claim you as his own in order to define a line so that you won’t still be out there shopping. Your partner has a fear of commitment based on past experiences 2.Every time I date a nice guy, especially if I like him, I feel so insecure and wonder, what if he’s dating someone else at the same time?Just last month, I met a cute guy and we went out and had so much fun together. Now it’s been a month and we’ve gone out four times.She may tend to cling and claw at her partner in hopes to fill the void that she has not yet learned to fill by herself.
At worst, you are setting yourself up for heartbreak, getting attached to a person who refuses to focus on you. While he’s out with you having coffee, his mind could be on the dinner he had with her last night. I know many people think, It’s okay if he’s dating others besides me.Above all, keep the tone light and maintain open lines of communication.If you feel confident at this point that you want things to be serious, go ahead and tell him, Trespicio says.So if you haven’t yet had a DTR *define the relationship* discussion, then here are all the signs that you’re already in an exclusive relationship.[Read: 16 signs you shouldn’t commit because you aren’t ready for a serious relationship yet] #1 You’re only seeing them. If you’re only seeing them and they’re only see you, then it’s exclusive by definition.