Definition of dating exclusively
Eventually you decide that you want to define the relationship...because it was never really discussed in the beg..you tell him "listen I am not comfortable with our open relationship to know where this is going and would like a commitment from you or we need to move on" and he replies...."ok then let's be exclusive". I'm curious what other definition there could be than you are seeing each other exclusively (i.e no one else). You could be in a serious relationship with someone but still an open relationship. Bringing up this conversation could backfire though.
I would expect once you've had that discussion, you are his girlfriend and he is your boyfriend. The other party might not want to become exclusive and then what do you do? However, I don't think the conversation will "backfire" as tigerlilly indicated.
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silvercity Here is an example which was discussed with some colleagues today and I would like your thoughts on it: (there are def. If someone wanted to be 'exclusive' with me I would assume that we were now considered an item, boyfriend/girlfriend.