No sex after 3 months of dating
When I look back, we have defiantly shown progress as a couple.
We haven't made if "official" but in public we act like we are official, so BF / GF is just a formal title.
I haven't dated in a long time (ended a 15 year marriage) before I met her.
What would people consider "normal" after 3 months?
Compare that to the 1 in 104 risk for White males and the 1 in 588 risk for White females.
Unfortunately, the risks within the Black community are substantially higher.
Alternately, couples that had sex prior to a month experienced the most negative relationship outcomes.
I'm keeping this intentionally open, but needless to say i feel things are slow. And after the deed was done, my ability to discern whether I really liked her because I felt this strong personal connection and affinity, was greatly compromised. At some point, the lines had become distorted and I wasn’t sure if I was getting to know a woman because I genuinely liked her and wanted to get to know her or because I wanted to find myself encapsulated within her nether region.To me, if you REALLY like her, dating for 3 months is enough time for you to have the "exclusivity" or the "where do you see this going/are you looking for a relationship" talk if that's what you're looking for.You don't have to phrase is so bluntly; if you want to keep it less intense, you can say something like "I'm just trying to find out if i should still be dating other people or if i should slow it down."I know those conversations are hard and can be scary, but it's better to know now than to fall harder only to find out later she wants to be casual. What's normal to one person is completely too fast or completely too slow for someone else.