They’re all in the notes section of my phone: the 26-year-old graphic designer from Baltimore. A couple of actor/bartenders who live within a five-mile radius of my place in Central Los Angeles.
If she does, that’s a clear sign she’s getting comfortable—and won’t want other women threatening that.
I had dinner with a friend last night, and we talked about a guy she’s been seeing.
A guy who, ‘it’s complicated with’, and they’re not ‘officially’ boyfriend and girlfriend.
I was pulling one of the sundress straps off her shoulder. “I really like you and want to be exclusive with you. If the guy you’re dating won’t deliver, look elsewhere.
When it comes to exclusivity, if you depend on hints to ascertain whether your partner is dating anyone else, you’re going to spend a lot of time being surprised. The best way to convey that you’d rather he date only you is to say so. “I can’t keep seeing you unless I know I’m the only one you’re seeing,” is fine. (And any lizard you don’t happen to be sleeping with will agree.) Figure out what you want.