If you’re struggling with this, here’s a short list to help you go from a casual date to a serious mate (so lame, I know).1) Be Independent Some “experts” say you should act unavailable.He looked like a genuine, fun guy without arrogance.He appeared to be someone you could laugh with for hours.
After taking some time to ‘find myself’ and do all the things I thought I couldn’t do whilst in ‘coupleville’, I found that re-entering the dating game was harder than I thought. After completing a questionnaire, which felt like hours and hours of answering the most bizarre questions, I was given the promise to ‘match me to the one’.
Ever since I met him, we've talked on the phone or online every night except for this past three days where he seems to have gone missing a little. :rolleyes: That's about all I can think of to tell you. This can take anywhere from a month to a year, my advise is the longer it takes on the average the more stable the relationship will be.
But like everyone else is pretty much saying, if you both decide that you want to not date other people than you have crossed into the land of bf/gf.
You can see it there on the horizon – the whole “So where’s this going? The dating game has changed dramatically, and while it used to be as simple as a quick conversation along the lines of “OK, so we like each other, let’s make this official”, there is now a list of new stages in a fledgling relationship that can seem to make things more confusing.
Everything has become a little ill-defined, and I wouldn’t be surprised if you’ve asked yourself these kinds of questions: The early stages of dating should be when you’re having the most fun of all, so don’t let things worry you, because really this is when you should be running through parks holding hands and making slushy PDAs on the tube.