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When is it time to be exclusive dating

There’s nothing worse than being in a new relationship only to realize that he/she is still swiping right on Tinder.

We spend weeks using memorized and mirror-practiced pickup lines, months remaining in undefined grey areas, and many of us have even put off the idea of “the one” in favor of just having a good time for years.

But the truth is that when we actually do find someone we’d like to date seriously, everything changes, and just like that it’s time to talk about being exclusive.

Social media and technology have changed the dating game, and even the ways in which we woo have changed.

It’s almost as if there are just so many accessible and readily available options, so we’re slower to settle down and even slower to commit into a serious relationship. There are so many varying opinions about the length of time you should wait before having the exclusive talk, all of which completely depend on the specific relationship and the people in it.

If you bring up the conversation too early, it could destroy any chance you may have had (like during the first date).

But when it comes to “the talk”, is there a difference between how long men think you should wait versus women?

Women seem to always be the ones fretting about the exclusive talk, but in reality, they seem to believe the time spent in the grey area should be about 11 weeks or at least a couple of months.

Instead, these numbers seem to be based on how long it actually takes for two people to bring up the conversation.