Or maybe your dating history consists only of short, abrupt relationships where you or your partner gets bored too soon, and you don't know how to make a relationship last.
Love is not based on race, culture, class or where you were born.
It's terrifying to put yourself out there, especially if you don't know how the guy feels (eek! But if you think you're going to have to bite the bullet and have the talk, you're in luck: We've rounded up a few people to tell you exactly how to go about it. Everyone has a different "right" time to have the "what are we? "It's easy to think, Well, we've been hooking up for three months, so we should talk about what we're doing," says Scott Alden, creative strategist for the dating site How About
"It is possible, however, that you are currently in a mutually beneficial, casual hook-up situation. Spend some time thinking about whether or not the relationship is just fine for you as it is.
But then, once this information is exchanged, you don’t immediately hang up.
You find you have lots of things to say to each other, and before you know it, half an hour has gone by. The First Time You Talk About Your Exes Everyone knows not to mention an ex on a first (or second, or third) date, but eventually the subject is bound to come up.