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“What Are We?” NEVER Ask This Question (Say THIS Instead)

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So you’ve been dating a guy for a while now, and you’re ready to take things to the next level.

What do you mean, Adam?

Like, going for drinks and dinner?

Watching The Notebook?

Sending out a holiday postcard of you wearing matching onesies?

Close.

I’m talking about DTR: Defining The Relationship.

But how do you find out how he feels without outright asking him?

How do you define your relationship without handing your power over to him or scaring him off?

Ready to find out how to have “the talk” without having to powerlessly ask him, “So, um, what are we?”

I break this down in my video this week.

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There’s a strategic way to have this conversation, communicate what you want, and stay firmly in the driver’s seat without making him run for the vineyards.

It’s all about knowing what you want, having the courage to share it with him, and being willing to walk away if he can’t commit.

This is what intentional dating looks like. And guess what?

Dating intentionally is the only way any of us should be dating.

So, are you ready to learn what the three R’s are when defining a relationship?

Check out the video, quit saying “what are we?” and say THIS instead…

Your Coach,

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Written by Christopher Conway

Christopher Conway created Love Blueprints to express his beliefs about love. Visit his Amazon profile to learn about his audio, print, and ebook series about finding and keeping love.

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