Cancel 0 Nonexclusive relationships are becoming the normal thing to do for somethings. You can still date whoever you want and not get in trouble for it. This is nice, especially if you are just coming out of a relationship that was super possessive points finger to self. If I want to go to the supermarket and read every label on every can of soup, I can do it.
Dating(non-exclusive) and Being in a Relationship(exclusive)?
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That's the real issue here, and not actually the guy. As I'm sure you know, many people have had some success in making those changes. Here on MeFi, most of us have done it through therapy. If you want exclusivity and he doesn't, you may decide it puts too much stress on you to stay in it. It would be difficult for me to enjoy a relationship that left me with a big side of stress. You have to decide what is best for you and act accordingly. He's honest in saying that he's messed up and not promising an exclusive relationship, so points for him.
Definition of Exclusive Dating By: Erick Kristian Exclusivity is one of many ways to approach a relationship. Exclusively dating someone means that both parties have agreed to only see each other romantically.