By short-term I mean a more "go-with-the-flow" attitude kind of person who isn't really focusing on whether it turns into a long-term commitment or not, and just sees where things go.
By long-term I mean you will only date some-one if there is a future in it. Not necessarily marriage, but it has to at least lead somewhere and last for quite an extensive period of time (i.e. a relationship).
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I don't want to put myself in a situation with someone if I don't see it going anywhere. I would still like to keep the attraction alive between him and I for a longer time. I rather not enter things for all the wrong reasons and taking feelings/emotions/situations lightly.
The important things about that is he's going to need to come out into the light if he want to have this thing called "trust". Vice versa.
Long term relationship can have a lot of rewarding aspects to it. You get to a higher level of contentment with your partner. In my opinion.