When it comes to dating, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Every relationship is unique and the timeline for when couples become exclusive can vary greatly. Generally speaking, most couples wait around 1 to 3 months before making their relationship official. If you've been seeing someone for a week or two and you're wondering when it's time to talk about exclusivity, don't worry.
Many long-term couples made it official after a few months of casual dating. As a general rule, two months should be a safe time to broach the subject. However, if you feel ready to take the next step before that, don't hesitate to do so. It's important to trust your instincts and go at your own pace.
That's why Conti says it's essential not to rush too fast the first time you go out with someone. No matter how long you've been seeing each other, it's important to have an honest conversation about what you both want from the relationship. If you're both on the same page, then you can move forward with confidence and make your relationship official.