The example Jake and I used was:"If I'm committed, I'm picking your dad up from the airport."Commitment is when lives are intertwined so much that your lives become one unified life.It's the reason that my recently married friend suddenly had a calendar that he and his wife kept in Google that I had to check in order to make plans with him-their lives had become that intertwined.
"The apps should be deleted at the time you decide you are exclusive and you agree that you are not going to be dating anyone else."Every relationship moves at a different pace, and there's no "right" or "wrong" time to become exclusive (if you want to be exclusive, that is).
Choose a neutral time and place to have the conversation (like during a walk in the park on Sunday afternoon) so you'll both have clear heads and will be better able to articulate your thoughts.
I know it can be tempting to have an imaginary conversation with your partner to calm your nerves before the main event, but if you spend hours thinking things will play out a certain way, you're almost definitely going to be disappointed with the actual results.
But thanks to modern dating, there's a pretty good chance you met your new boo on one of the dozens of dating apps out there, which leaves one serious question looming over both of you: when should you delete your dating apps after you start seeing someone?
According to a recent online survey by Report Linker, six percent of people who are in a relationship are registered on dating apps.