After dating for two months
Question: If you are dating someone for 2 months and then she decides to end things, could this be considered a “break up” ? This means that if things are not explicitly communicated, it’s hard to tell when it ends whether it’s a break-up or “just not interested anymore”.
And it’s not just boys and men doing it anymore, even girls and women are playing the field.
The emotional connection between the two of you has continuously grown stronger and more intimate.
If all or at least 8 of these things happened in the 2 months you were together, then it was a “break-up.” But if you didn’t get to the “relationship” level, then consider it, “just not interested anymore”.
You’ve both agreed that officially you are now “boyfriend/girlfriend” 4. You’ve both introduced the other to close friends and family 6.
You’ve had a conversation about where things are headed/future of the relationship 10.If butterflies still flock to your stomach when your sweetie walks in the room, enjoy the feeling and give it a proper outlet with creative, romantic dates.If, on the other hand, you’re beginning to experience feelings on par with companionship, celebrate the fact that this means you’re headed to the next stage of the relationship – but don’t give up the romance.That said, it’s really up to two people whether to call it “just hanging out” or “in a relationship”.Here is the PROBLEM: If you thought you were in “a relationship” and the other person thought that you were “just hanging out” or casually dating, and after the relationship ends, and you try to get him/her back with the mindset of you were in “a relationship”, you are most likely to be unsuccessful because your reality (we were in a relationship) does not match his/her reality (we were casually dating).
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When you approach the first two months with willingness and forethought, you can establish healthy patterns and the strong foundation necessary to make the relationship last.