When you start dating someone and things are going really well, there is usually shift towards being super casual with each other and becoming more serious. So how do you know if you’re on the road to becoming a real couple, or if things are going to stay casual forever?
This shift typically starts happening before you’re comfortable enough to speak up and be like, “Hey, what are we doing? A bunch of real dudes talked about in an Ask Reddit thread, and I’m sharing the responses.
Most of us feel an immediate sense of dread at the thought of broaching the topic of "what are we?
" with those we're hooking up with or casually dating.
We were so comfortable that things just 'worked' like that.
Here are 12 signs your relationship is getting serious, according to guys: mudra311: I think what I noticed, with my last relationship, was that she could literally show up to my apartment unannounced and I'd be happy to see her.It's terrifying to put yourself out there, especially if you don't know how the guy feels (eek! But if you think you're going to have to bite the bullet and have the talk, you're in luck: We've rounded up a few people to tell you exactly how to go about it. Everyone has a different "right" time to have the "what are we? "It's easy to think, Well, we've been hooking up for three months, so we should talk about what we're doing," says Scott Alden, creative strategist for the dating site How About "It is possible, however, that you are currently in a mutually beneficial, casual hook-up situation. Spend some time thinking about whether or not the relationship is just fine for you as it is.Stresses: Because of the lack of commitment, we’re also more likely to worry about what our dating partner is thinking.Whether our thoughts are “what does she think of me? ” we are uncertain about the future of the relationship.