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After a great two months of dating, Tarneka wants to define her relationship with her boyfriend. Tarneka says although they've slept together, she's not sure if they're a couple. When she met his friends, he introduced her as Tarneka—not as his girlfriend. Tarneka asks Greg, "Do you think that he doesn't want to put a label on us because there's other girls out there, too? How soon can I ask if he's only into me?"

"Let me just say this: Two months is not an inappropriate time to want to know what's going on with the relationship," Greg says. "But I always think if you have to ask, it's not good."

According to Greg, Tarneka and millions of single women are making another drastic mistake when it comes to sex. "I think you had sex too soon," Greg says. "I'm not saying you can't have a casual relationship but you've got to know what that is. You've got to know you're having sex with somebody early on and it's a sexually based situation and you haven't gotten to know the person better and guys want to have sex and maybe the guy will say, 'Look, I just want to have a casual sexual relationship.' That's fine if you both entered into the contract. But if you want something more… If you've made a connection, two months is nothing. Make him wait. Make him love it. Make him want it."
FROM: The He's Just Not That Into You Revolution
Published on April 27, 2005


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