Transition from dating to serious relationship


Source: Shutter Stock Kimbenn: With my current relationship, I knew things were serious when we could do opposite things in the same room, without talking, and still be content with being with each other.As college students one of us might be studying while the other is goofing off or both of us are studying, yet we still enjoy the presence of the other. You know you're really comfortable with each other when you can hang out while he's doing his homework and you're watching your favorite show, and you go a while without talking... mudra311: I remember dating someone for a month or even a few weeks and its like pulling teeth finding a schedule that works.Things felt more casual, which sounds weird, but it's true.Source: Shutter Stockmrsmeltingcrayons Female: When you're comfortable sending them pictures of you with weird faces that are really, really unflattering.In between we would just say we were hanging out or not.I remember almost never being told we couldn't do something.If it's casual then people return messages when it's convenient for them. Source: Shutter Stock Work-After Male: I would never introduce someone to my family if we weren't somewhat serious.



The answer to these questions help us determine such things as how intimate we should be with our partner and what plans we should start making for our future together.Whether it's sending horrifying Snapchat pictures, going to his house with no makeup on, or letting him see you while you're crying and sick, being able to be your true self is a really important sign.curiosity_abounds: I started to realize it was more serious when close friends invite me to dinners/hangouts/events and it's assumed that he is coming with me.When a friend is like, "Hey, you can bring so-and-so! " and you assume he'll go even before you ask, you know things are at a pretty real level.

Source: Shutter Stock Bonjour My Friends: There's a box of tampons in my bathroom.

We were so comfortable that things just 'worked' like that.