Dating before exclusive
I ask because I saw that your profile was visible on Match again.
I realize we’re not in a committed relationship and I’m not trying to create an issue where there potentially isn’t one but I’d feel a lot more comfortable if I understood where you saw us going I tried to use all of my “keys” in this email.
However, many others will get some kind of story or pushback.
Sometimes you might even be told that you are “exclusive” and that they just don’t know how to remove their profile off the dating site (generally not true: removing a profile is a lot easier than creating one so…) Whatever the specifics are to their response, in this case I’d recommend the following: Hopefully my thoughts here were helpful.
Some people find this topic too taboo to bring up at all. While it’s always best to confirm that your feelings about the relationship are mutual, taking notice of these signs will help you feel more confident that the relationship is progressing in the desired direction.
” I personally hate this drama-inducing question and tried to avoid it in the past. Don’t assume because one is happening that you have the golden ticket for exclusivity.
I get contacted by a lot of women who contact me they’ve verbally attacked the person they were dating over the issue of activity online.
” My point is that often you need to approach the situation with no assumptions and no attacks. It’s always sad when someone contacts me with one of these great emails they jumped all over the person they were dating and drove them away.
The Keys for Success: Understanding Where You Stand The approach is simple.
I get quite a few emails from people struggling to handle the situation where the person they’re dating is still active online.
I hear from more women on this topic and some of those women don’t always understand my position: that if they’re not in an “exclusive” relationship, I don’t think the man is doing anything wrong.