When are we dating
What is challenging though, is to sustain the excitement and romance of the initial dating period, once you are in that 'where is it going? And then of course dealing with that odd period of 'what are we, are we a girlfriend and a boyfriend'?Given that more often than not, guys are 'happy just to be', and girls are really up for the 'girlfriend' and 'boyfriend' tag to be attached, that shadowy period or the time when the decision is being made... Equally popping the question and asking us to be their girlfriend can be very painful to guys.
It's not that difficult, believe me, given that you have the right tools and an expert's advice.
If you bump into friends when out, he doesn’t suddenly jump away from you and start acting all weird either: he firmly holds you just as close as when you were alone. He calls you just to tell you he did well at something, or calls you to get your support when he’s had a shit day.
Texts He doesn’t just text you when he’s turned on – he texts you to say good morning, good night and all sorts of cute things in between. He’s not just in it for the sex – he’s in it for the emotions too. If he is becoming increasingly cute, as opposed to sexual, chances are he has feelings for you.
Once there is a commitment, who knows what's next, marriage? Yes, even when considering asking "Would you be my girlfriend? It's not uncommon for a guy to suggest to his girl to become something more than just a girl in his life only to get laughter in response.
Perhaps she was trying to be cool, yet it somewhat backfired given the sensitive male ego that comes with the territory.