Dating not serious
If you’re struggling with this, here’s a short list to help you go from a casual date to a serious mate (so lame, I know).
1) Be Independent Some “experts” say you should act unavailable.
[Read: The real reason behind why YOU can’t find love when everyone else can!
] If that’s how you secretly feel, don’t fall for your own trick and convince yourself that you really aren’t ready for love.
When both people do not want more at the same time, the fun quickly drains away leaving mainly hurt feelings and upset. We understand that when you are first getting to know another person to whom you are attracted, neither of you really knows if this will turn into a love relationship or not.
At that first date, asking the other person to make relationship commitments to you is probably not a wise idea-- nor is it probably one that you would choose.
You're discovering the other person and maybe even falling in love, but also keeping your guard up.
Questions arise such as whether to use the “boyfriend” and “girlfriend” titles, who is going to take down his or her online dating profile first and when to start showing routine signs of coupledom, such as holding hands or using pet names in public.
You have no problem mentioning each other in tweets, posting photos together in Instagram pictures or including each other in Facebook status updates.
There is a certain point, however, where you can let your guard down and know that the relationship is real and there's no sign it's going to end.
This is the point where you can begin feeling far more relaxed and secure.
But if you are really serious about getting serious in love, you have to learn to take the plunge at some point in time.
Of course, you may come across failures and bad relationships, but you need to remember that you won’t have any new lessons or experiences in love if you’re too timid to give your heart to someone who wants to spend a lifetime with you. Why do you hold yourself back from falling in love, really?