Does casual dating become relationship
Essentially, the relationship has distinct characteristics you thought were only associated with 'serious' relationships.
Anyone with some semblance of a dating life in their history knows this phase and it's either totally great or a serious bummer (depending upon what you're looking for) because you're still technically allowed to date other people and get away with it.
Going from dating to relationship is also a process that requires your attention, effort, energy, interaction and, sometimes, even the ability to be your own shrink, best friend and a fortune teller all in the same time.
But then, once this information is exchanged, you don't immediately hang up.
You find you have lots of things to say to each other, and before you know it, half an hour has gone by.
It’s not just physical: you two are in serious like. The First Time You See Each Other Really Drunk You accompany them to a party, they overdo it, you take them home, they get sick, then sad, then wild, then pass out…and you still like them the next morning? Talking about each other’s exes and dating histories shows that you care about a person enough to hear all the gory details of their dating life. Seeing Each Other Sick Being sick means feeling tired, vulnerable, crabby, and gross.
Letting someone see you when you feel that way, (and conversely not being turned-off by seeing someone that way) is a sign that things are getting serious. The First Time You Just Go To Sleep We’ve already established that sharing a bed with someone sucks. The First Fight You’re comfortable enough to express discontent or frustration with each other — and committed enough to not just walk away.