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Did You Just Have to Ask Him 'Are We Exclusive?!'

When did deciding if you were Exclusive become a heavy task? Are you guilty of asking questions like:

‘Are we a couple now?’ ‘Are we done seeing other people?’ ‘Are we exclusive?’

Questions like those are really unnecessary to pose when it comes down to it.

Mature people do not need coaching or to be nagged into settling down.

When the relationship is one on one, you both will know. You no longer accept calls from your ex or potential persons to date. You no longer scroll hopefuls in your address book. Instead you will frequently call and see the one you are choosing to be with. Before that person can doubt if you are thinking about them, you have already sent a text to simply say,

‘Hello, how is your day going? I was thinking of you.’

Do not play mind games like, ‘I’m going to see how long it takes to hear from her/him.’; instead call first, text first, …no answer? No issue. Leave a voicemail, write an email. And then go find something productive to do with your time. Never over obsess the issue of ‘are they really into me too?’ How often they respond and spend time will indeed be your clue to that not so complicated doubtful thought.

Mz DeeVa, Author of Relationship series: ‘So Your Heart’s Been Broken? Please Get Over It!’ ‘Let’s Talk Relationships: The Exclusive and Not So Exclusive Ones’ ‘Great Sex Is Not Love and Never Will Be!’

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Comment by Mz DeeVa on March 19, 2014 at 1:30pm
The book published, official launch was February 1, 2014. The title changed to: 'Remember This: Not Just Anyone Will Do'. Order via: http://www.Amazon.com/author/mzdeeva

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