But when things are more serious, people ask where your SO is when you show up to things alone, because they just assume you'll be together.Vicious Naked Mole Rat: You poop, while she's at your place.
If she had to study, I would just hang and watch TV or play video games. Leesure_: When you spend more nights together than apart it's usually a sign.
That's what I really miss about being with someone. When my boyfriend and I first started dating, we took things slow and only saw each other once a week.
We were so comfortable that things just 'worked' like that.
In a weird way, when things get serious they feel more casual.
When you start dating someone and things are going really well, there is usually shift towards being super casual with each other and becoming more serious. So how do you know if you’re on the road to becoming a real couple, or if things are going to stay casual forever?
This shift typically starts happening before you’re comfortable enough to speak up and be like, “Hey, what are we doing? A bunch of real dudes talked about in an Ask Reddit thread, and I’m sharing the responses.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.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.But when you start to introducing him to grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins, that's when you know things are getting to a different level. There is a sense of longevity, the idea that you will see each other in a week, a month.