"In the digital age, it is becoming increasingly difficult to be open, sincere and vulnerable.
We don’t want to put ourselves out there unless we are sure the other person will reciprocate our feelings."But any grown-ass woman who's had a romantic partner knows that you have to push through the fear and have that DTR conversation at .
If I like a guy and he already has a girlfriend, should I still dtr?
"If you feel like you know what you want, and you both seem to be on the same page, that’s also a good time to define the relationship."Meeting friends takes a relationship out of casual territory and into getting serious right quick. When those Netflix and chill situations become about actually watching a movie (and probably cuddling) and not just about sex, the time for euphemism is over.And it’s your responsibility, fully functioning human adult, to have relationship conversations, even when it’s awkward AF. I have a hard time figuring out when a good time is to DTR and then therefore never do it. Just wondering what point in the relationship do you guys think is a good time? Don’t ever put his needs ahead of your standards and self-respect.15. Stay focused on why you wanted to have the chat in the first place.Getting answers means just that; not the answer you want but the actual answer.