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    Where's This Going?

    I've been dating this guy for two months and we haven't had "the talk" yet (ie: where it's going). The weird part is that I enjoy dating him, but I don't feel like we are in boyfriend/girlfriend territory yet. If I don't feel serious about him yet, is it time to move on? Or do I need to give it more time?

    Sounds to me like you gave it two months. That's plenty of time to know if something is going to work or not. I don't think you need to "talk" about where it is going if it's not there by now. If you don't feel serious about him after two months, what makes you think you might change your feelings in another two months? Be careful not to waste time in a relationship of convenience that is not going anywhere. You can lose years of your life that way. I say cut your losses and walk away. If he's crazy about you, he'll chase after you and that may provide you with the assurance you need to feel serious. 

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