Does casual dating become relationship
Not the love should be about problems, just that we go from being attracted and wanted each other to caring about each other. I wonder though how you prevent this from being the only main thing you and an SO discuss with eachother?I sometimes have some issues with people who can only talk about their vulnerabilities and we loose others topics to talk about quite fast.Maybe it's a Midwestern thing, but to me, "we're dating" and "we're in a relationship" mean the same thing.When I start to catch myself thinking about her at random times of my day and use any chance I get to bring up her name in a conversation, that's when I know I'm falling for someone and want something more. Some people find this topic too taboo to bring up at all. While it’s always best to confirm that your feelings about the relationship are mutual, taking notice of these signs will help you feel more confident that the relationship is progressing in the desired direction.
I knew from that very instant that I didn't want her to be just a girlfriend.
It doesn’t have to be a serious “there’s something I want to talk about”, just light-heartedly drop it into conversation and the rest will come naturally.
If you’ve read the situation well and she feels the same then it should be a pleasant conversation and you can move on – in my experience, women only date one guy at a time anyway and tend to assume that you will do the same.
*** Clearly this wasn’t our best, most romantic conversation ever.
Sometimes what you want is something a bit more low key, a more casual relationship instead of something long-term.
When my nervous butterflies start becoming "I can't fucking wait to see this girl" butterflies. When I first start dating a girl I'll get these nervous butterflies like "ok man you got this just be you and you'll be fine she'll love it no worries" blah blah blah. When it goes from just two people interested into the broad versions of each other, to two people who would start discussing less pleasant things.