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I have known my boyfrind for 5 years and about 18 months ago we started dating it's complicated because he lives in NJ and I live in ID, I keep telling him I am tired of the distance and we have to figure this out and he says I worry too much and when he comes in at christmas we will get things set in stone of what our next steps will be,sense out schedules are opposite we havn't got to talk much lately but he still call's me about twice a day to tell me he loves me and misses talking to me, He has mentioned marriage and he always says when we get married and I asked if he meant if we get married and he goes no I meant when, SO all and all I guess I am asking does this sound like a guy who is just leading me on with saying we will talk about it when I am there?
A relationship is starting to get serious when you and your partner proudly display each other as significant others in the public eye.
You have no problem mentioning each other in tweets, posting photos together in Instagram pictures or including each other in Facebook status updates.
Incorporating your relationship into all of these facets makes it full-bodied, rather than stuck at point A or B.
It’s also important that each of you spend a sufficient amount of time apart, however.
You’ve reached solid ground, and while many things in the world remain gray and uncertain, you generally know where you and your partner stand. There are some blatant signs that a relationship is getting serious: You might have a discussion about making the relationship exclusive, discuss moving in with each other and of course, there’s no greater sign than when a ring makes an appearance.
Aside from the formal discussions, game-changing decisions and Kodak moments, there are some subtler ways of knowing if things are going from gray to golden. This goes beyond making out or the occasional butt pinch in public.
Being with your partner should be like coming home: It’s safe, comfortable and relaxed.
You sleep better at night knowing he or she is there.