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When should dating turn into a relationship

curiosity_abounds: I started to realize it was more serious when close friends invite me to dinners/hangouts/events and it's assumed that he is coming with me.

That's what I really miss about being with someone. When my boyfriend and I first started dating, we took things slow and only saw each other once a week.

When I realized I was seeing him every other day, I knew things were getting to a pretty serious level.

Source: Shutter Stock Kudhos: I'd say when she starts making plans and include you in them.

When a friend is like, "Hey, you can bring so-and-so! " and you assume he'll go even before you ask, you know things are at a pretty real level.

Source: Shutter Stock Bonjour My Friends: There's a box of tampons in my bathroom.

You know things are getting serious when you feel comfortable leaving your stuff at his place because you know you'll be able to get it again shortly.

wtknight: One thing I always notice is that both myself and my partner start returning calls and messages right away.

If it's casual then people return messages when it's convenient for them. Source: Shutter Stock Work-After Male: I would never introduce someone to my family if we weren't somewhat serious.

When things are casual, no one expects you to bring the person around all the time.

But when things are more serious, people ask where your SO is when you show up to things alone, because they just assume you'll be together.

If you really like someone, you'll put in an effort to make sure that they like you.