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How can you tell if he's turning serious?

Sam Cross
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Sam Cross
16:55, Thursday, 09 April, 2020
How can you tell if he's turning serious?

To be quite honest, I’m still on the road of figuring this one out. I feel that every guy, every situation, every *insert relative noun* is different, so, even when I’m studying every move, every word, every reaction, I still find myself getting surprised at whatever outcome I’d come to face. It’s really wigging me out. Grrr.
    
    

Yea, you *** me. I’m one of those people who likes to read into things — a lot. I like to make the appropriate observation so I can tell what will happen next. Ugh. Control freak. Bleh. But is there harm in what I’m doing? Well, apart from driving myself insane? Hahaha.

Don’t get me wrong, though. I’m usually laid back about other things and I’m teaching myself to not stress about the whole dating thingie but sometimes when I do get attracted to a guy, this weird side of me emerges. Sigh.
    
    

Anyway, as I progress through the dating scene, I’ve noticed these few indications that the guy is indeed turning serious [please don’t quote me on this cuz I’m still NOT in a serious relationship — hell, I’m not even in a not-so-serious relationship either! Heh.].

Here goes:

  • He starts to spend more time communicating with you so there’s an increase on phone calls, emails, sms or chat schedules.
  • He starts to see you weekly or there’s even a set day when you guys go out on a date.
  • He agrees to go out with you and your girlfriends.
  • He introduces you to his friends NOT as his friend, establishing the romantic intentions.
  • He agrees to meet your family.
  • He takes you home to meet his.

So far, that’s all I know. If you can add anything else to it, please do. I’d love to hear it. It’ll help me figure this thing out. Hahaha. And if you disagree on any of the "signs" I’ve enumerated, please let me know which one and why. Please?
    
     Can you afford to be romantic?
    
    
I’ve heard women classified as desperate by people when they’ve reached the threshold of eligibility, ergo, making them spinsters if not, candidates, at least. Tell me, is there a definitive deadline for someone to choose a mate before labeling her a spinster?


    

Once a woman sees this possibility, it scares her. It then creates a domino effect of bad choices, one jerk after the other. Making her believe in the lie that she has to grab what’s there for the taking. It’s sad, really.
    
    

What makes a woman lose her right to choose her mate in the first place? Is it if she doesn’t fit the mold as to what the society dictates to be beautiful? Is it if she doesn’t run in the same social circle as the guy’s? Or is it because she’s simply was branded less of a human being since she never finished a degree or only speaks one language?

Questions that need answering. I’m hoping to find positive and real ones since I’m one of the people who advocates that anyone can afford to be romantic and ask for the ideal. I believe that one should never settle on something or someone less than he or she deserves.
    
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