What is seriously dating someone
If you're interested, check out my post under my name "pls prepare me emotionally in case talk fails" I am still very sad coz it only happened friday nite. back to you...not, in the future, dont go by jargons or terms or vocab. Coz if you read my post about my incident, i asked that guy what he meant by he does not want "settle down". I feel she wants to screw around with the guys she chooses to but she does not want to go out with you to do stuffs [date] maybe she does not feel the connection or fun being with you.OR she knows you want to b serious so she does not want to mis-lead u..which is an ETHICAL thing to do.....What you shouldn’t say to your bisexual partner Discovering your bisexuality can be stressful in this era of bigots and hypocrites.Adding to that stress, by being an asshole, won’t do your relationship any good.Ignorant and misguided members of society refuse to acknowledge that they are within their rights to choose their orientation and not be expected to explain themselves.
Doing so will only degrade them and make them feel that you don’t genuinely appreciate their presence in your life.
” When your partner realized that they were bisexual, they did not develop a sudden burst of passion for their friends. ” The sex would probably be better with you if you didn’t ask stupid questions like that. ” You think you’re responsible for changing your partner’s sexual preference? Respect that decision, and don’t make them regret it. When a bisexual is in a loving relationship, the only person they continue to miss is the person that they are with. [Read: Dating a bisexual man – 10 things women NEED to know!
It doesn’t matter if you both have penises or if you both have vaginas or if you both have either – what matters is how you apply yourself using these organs. ] Your sexual orientation can and will be discussed in your relationships, but that’s all.
The guy I have been seeing 3 months told me now he is not ready to settle down and dive into anything serious. In my "dictionary" I only have dating which is the initial phase to get to know that person and then BF/GF which is the end result if the dating works out well - compatible / chemistry / like/etc. I define casual dating as not seeing each other nonstop, not being introduced to family/close friends necessarily, and personally it would probably mean not sleeping together for a while. No intense feelings, no planning for the future etc. To some people it would also mean not being exclusive, although for me I only ever date one girl at a time, casually or seriously, so technically we would still be exclusive... I find it...logic to me.is it like "hey ok you and me we are gona behave like bf/gf but only for 6 months.a contract thingy"???? When I posted my confusion here, the answer I heard was the definition varies from person to person.
I am looking for husband [i ain't saying now but I am looking for monogamous relationship with him n hope it can lead to marriage some days] So there is a term called " casual dating or "not serious" relationship". I agree with Batya....there's either no potential for exclusivity because that person doesn't want an exclusive relationship at any time or the person is not very interested and wants to keep their options open by being "casual". In my "dictionary" I only have dating which is the initial phase to get to know that person and then BF/GF which is the end result if the dating works out well - compatible / chemistry / like/etc. But I didn't get it - you have time to screw around with someone but no time to go on a date?!? I'm sorry you didn't get the response you were hoping for about exclusivity.
we all have to think about the consequences of our actions in the future..