If so, then this is most likely because this fling is turning into the real thing.#2 Both of you have brought up defining what you two share.
Nowadays, labeling seems to always be one of the biggest issues in relationships.Most couples don’t really define what they have until they’re both sure it is something serious.It seems like old school courtship isn’t exactly the in-thing anymore, and most of the getting-to-know-you part just happens through text, chat, or phone calls.It’s as if the internet has become the main tool for this era’s “courtship style.” Additionally, hookups are so rampant that it doesn’t really matter to people anymore if they have sex with someone they’re not in a relationship with.” [Read: Flirtationship – When you’re stuck in between a fling and a romance] How to know if your fling will become serious Before you jump to conclusions and assume that your fling’s two-text-messages-a-day habit will turn into wedding bells and babies, check for these signs to know if your little sumthin’ sumthin’ will turn into something more serious. Consistency is always key in knowing if two people are really into each other.
Do you consistently make plans to see each other despite your busy schedules? This could be through texts, phone calls, chats, social media messaging, and the works.
They wait on each other until everything gets messed up.
Speak your mind if you feel that you want more, so you know if it’s going to evolve into anything because you can always just go and end it if not.
Obviously, if one of you has brought the topic up and the other agrees, then doesn’t that give the two of you a signal that what you have is most definitely more than just a casual relationship? The idea itself of letting the people you love know who you’re dating is a clear sign that we consider our “partner” more than just someone to hook up with. – 21 signs to decode that fuzzy feeling] #4 You go out on real dates.
[Read: 6 spot-on tips on raising the idea of being exclusive] #3 Family and friends know you’re seeing each other. And by real dates, I mean lunch and dinner dates, going to a theme park or setting a beach trip in advance.
[Read: Is the guy boyfriend material or just fling material?