Before you answer my question raised in the title, let's talk about love. You may immediately cite a definition from a dictionary, a philosopher, a love and relationship coach, or even from your favorite movie quotes. Because it is an abstract concept that can be described from many external sources, it is easier for a person to absorb and recite a well-phrased and ready-made definition than to truly ask what he/she needs pertaining to love. It is easier for the media to gloss over love and dating life and feed you with an exciting journey of courtship and exciting dating ideas. It is an intuitive path to grow up and immerse oneself in what is labeled as "love" without taking a second to see whether it can benefit your physical and mental health for a long run. The thing is, love is so personal since one who born with his/her own ego and persona would need it for different reasons. It is those reasons that guide your conclusion to my question above and urge your decisions once you accept to be someone's exclusive girlfriend or boyfriend. Highlighting that claim is really important as you will know how many "eggs" or values you are capable of offering in a relationship, or in other words, know how much you can invest (and/or risk). That heads-up prevents you from being swayed by any trendy dating apps calling you to pile up your potential spouses or experienced flirters no matter what phase you are in a relationship. Let's see which scenarios resonate most with your needs and evaluate whether a Yes or No to my question above will satisfy you, in the end.