You know how it goes; your romantic endeavor starts as flirtatious banter and texting throughout the day.
You're sharing the funny stories from work, falling into the habit of sending ot goodnight text, meeting his friends and introducing him to your friends. After a while, it becomes what traditionally was referred to as "dating. Eventually, it becomes harder to ignore your lack of title when he introduces you. Here are a few s it's time to clarify WTF is going on between the two of you: 1.
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At some point, his behavior becomes predictable. You can describe him to your friends. This opportunity could be a job, a weekend getaway or a hottie at a party who's trying to tapk your.
But, you find yourself wondering if this decision would affect him, and you care if it would. This hesitation — without lookinv certainty he would consider you in a situation like this — propels a motivational rage. You complain to your friends about it more often than you share fun stories.
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It feels like a relationship. Your communication is habitual. He's top-of-mind.
You have oooking unique companionship, and it has a different meaning than the ones you have with your other friends. You assume he will prioritize fitting you into his schedule. Your expectations have elevated from where they started.
When you get to this point, you owe it to yourself to find clarity. Finding clarity can be asking what he expects of you, or expressing what you expect of him and asking if he's comfortable with it.
It can be asking if he's dating other people, or how he expects you to handle being asked on a date. Always express the desire to be on the same.
It's not irrational, clingy or deserving of any stigma. It's honest, brave and grounded in self-respect.
You have built something with this person, and you deserve an understanding that is deeper than what your deductive reasoning le you to assume. So, daye what you need to, when you need to.
Raise the question.
Listen to what he says, and layer that with his actions. Believe what that points to. Go for it, or go away.