In the end, I had no title and a severe lacking in dignity (those got washed away by a flood of drunk tears…the absolute worst kind of tears). The terms of the relationship became entirely his to dictate and I anxiously waited for him to pick me, while I tried to prove that I was good enough and worthy of being his girlfriend. That’s right, the best way to have the talk is to not!
To shed some light on the topic, dating site Zoosk polled more than 5,000 of its users for their thoughts on the best times to have different potentially uncomfortable state-of-the-union conversations.
I was in college and had been seeing this guy for a little over a month and had never felt so strongly for someone else, ever.
We spent a ton of time together and I figured we were heading toward being “official” but it wasn’t a pressing matter on my mind, it just lingered in the depths.
Though we're not so sure that these two topics in particular necessarily ought to be addressed at the same point in a relationship's timeline.
Check out more insights from Zoosk's survey in the infographic, below.