Can casual dating turn into a relationship
I can’t seem to tie said feelings down anywhere in between “no” and “ahhh omg so much yes!”I’ve come to decide that this is both good and bad.
I tend to let my feelings, carried on the wings of my very vivid imagination, get away from me almost immediately when I meet a guy I like.
On the one hand, I am a strong, confident woman, and I know what I want!
On the other, I’m definitely not giving every potential partner a fair shot, and I’m giving guys who aren’t really right for me way too much of my heart too soon. But we’re also human, you and I, and when all our romantic energy is directed at just one person (even when it’s “so low-key”) we will not be able to keep things casual forever. Things like physical and emotional boundaries can help keep a relationship casual, but keeping more than one person in the mix will also keep feelings in check and remind you that you’re “out there” as much for yourself as for the people you might meet.
So it can be good to have a heads-up that your current ‘more-than-friend-but-not-boy-/girlfriend’ may be in the market for an actual relationship.
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