It’s great to be with a wonderful person you truly care for. However, with this generation’s culture, things can get complicated. Yes, let’s say you and the person you’re with mutually care for each other deeply. Does that mean that you’re dating will automatically end up in a relationship that’s serious?
You Will Definitely End Up In A Relationship If You Spot These Signs
Have you ever heard of DTR? It’s short for “define the relationship”. It’s an online or app dating term that signifies the next step or next level once you have become closer with your chat mate. When you have the DTR conversation, it means that the couple is ready to call themselves boyfriend and girlfriend. However, how do you know for sure that everything is headed towards that direction?
1. Making Commitments
If you make plenty of commitments, for example, “I will introduce you to my family,” then it’s likely that you will end up in a serious relationship. Commitments are not made when the relationship isn’t serious in the first place. There will be no future plans if that’s the case.
2. Discussing Everything Openly
When you’re just casually dating, it’s hard to discuss certain topics. One of those topics is making the relationship official. You’ll know that things are headed towards that next step when you can openly tell each other about what you truly feel. When you’re just dating, you can’t for the fear of the other person not thinking the same thing.
3. Shifted Priorities
Have your priorities changed since you started falling for the person you’re with? Do you think about your self less, and more about the relationship? Then, you may be in it for the long haul. If you observe the same in your partner, then you are both ready to be serious.
Do you spot these three signs in your situation? If yes, then you are definitely on the right path. Compare that with dating where everything is seemingly temporary. You don’t make commitments, it’s hard to discuss the relationship’s future, and you prioritize yourself above all. For more tips on dating and relationships, read the rest of the blog.