“If you've been dating someone exclusively for several months and they mention future plans for living together and so forth, it's safe to assume that your partner truly wants to invest in the future of your relationship together,” Dr. Referring to your potential plans as “when” instead of “if” implies that you’re both confident about the future and can see each other in it.The next time your SO talks about future living arrangements or career opportunities, pay close attention to see if you might be a part of that.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. We met online and clicked immediately, and soon decided to be exclusive.Hello everyone, I thank you in advance for the thoughtful reply you would leave. I'm in my mid-20s and he's in his mid-30s, despite the big age gap, we get along great, respect each other's opinions, make sacrifices for each other, try hard to make each other happy, and just overall enjoy each other's company to the fullest. When we are physically together, I can honestly say that I am fulfilled and happy.Let's just hope that some day you can both laugh about his failed attempt at old-fashioned chivalry or your near-fatal choking accident.
(Personally I think his definition is a little bit strict, but I suppose I can understand) He says that at the moment he's not concerned about whether we are in love, all he cares about is that we spend a lot of time together.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.I’ve had friends who can’t seem to get to that happy medium with their partners, and it’s really not fun—for anyone.2.The first time your roles switch can be a game-changer, and the way you both react says a lot about your relationship.