What drives you to change from going out and having fun (either with one person or more than one) to committed to a relationship with them? How did the conversation go when you made this choice? What were your expectations after the switch to a committed relationship? We're they realized? How did your relationship change (or did it)?
You are ready to make your relationship a committed one. What made you decide? How did you ask when talking to your significant other?
What Girls Said 1
I never dated to have fun. I have always been one who considered relationships to automatically be serious. Even at a very young age I didn't date to have fun. I dated to find a spouse. Which is weird considering I was like 13 when I decided that was the purpose of dating :p
With my current relationship we went through the "unofficial" nonsense before actually dating. When we went on our first date we both knew that it was going to be a very serious relationship.
At 6:30 I picked him up (I asked so I drove/paid) for a 7:00 dinner and then aN 8:00 dance and by 8:30 we were official and very serious.
So there really wasn't a change because we jumped right in to a serious monogamous relationship.0
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