Six months dating and no i love you
You’ve been sleeping with him for three months and you’re not sure you’re exclusive.
You’ve been dating him for two weeks and you feel electric chemistry.
You’re not wrong for wishing that a great first date or mindblowing sex means commitment. Any longer than that means he’s playing games, indifferent, or a very poor communicator who doesn’t understand women’s needs.
You’re only wrong for expecting it to, and allowing yourself to get your hopes up too high based on limited information. Do you wonder where you stand or feel like you’re losing momentum? Think back to the men who made the best boyfriends: I can almost assure you that they made a supreme effort to win you over at the beginning. Other boyfriend behaviors include leaving his weekends open for you, calling/emailing/texting you every single day, wanting to know that you’re not seeing anybody else, referring to himself as your boyfriend, introducing you to his friends and family, sleeping with you regularly, talking about a future, and declaring that he loves you.
Not everyone is as reserved when it comes to expressing how they feel though with a hasty 3 per cent of participants saying they told a new partner they loved them in as little as one week.
At the more cautious end, three per cent said it within nine months, six per cent within a year and two per cent waiting a staggerng two years.
One of the most frequent questions I receive is about your frustration with the entire dating process and understanding what’s going through the minds of men.