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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.
But this is often a false assumption, and heartache can easily ensue.
The consensus among every relationship expert is that the assumption should never be that you're dating exclusively, but instead, that you're dating non-exclusively until you have a conversation about the subject.
So it turns out the photo that surfaced online this weekend of Quavo & Karrueche Tran leaving his show together alone wasn’t just a coincidental occurrence.
Sources told TMZ that the two have been hanging out for the past few months, and while it started out only as friends, they’ve apparently gotten much closer as of lately.
It’s all very confusing, especially if you’re the type of person who doesn’t like to test boundaries for fear of scaring the other person off.
When you’re thrust into the dating world, end up going on dates with a number of different people, and slowly find yourself dating the same person over and over, while also accepting fewer and fewer other dates, you’ve basically put yourself into a relationship.
The great thing about this is that it develops naturally.
So here are some tips for making the exclusive talk a little easier and a lot less scary (and sweaty). Go in having a general idea of what you’re hoping to get out of it.
Sometimes we start important talks with an attitude of discovery.
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That’s why it’s so surprising when you realize that you are actually in an exclusive relationship: it’s actually the way that most healthy relationships should evolve.