Differences between seeing someone and dating
Texting is without a doubt the most stressful part of dating.
No matter how keen you both are, you’re both trying to play it cool and wait a few hours between texts.
Naturally if you’re both keen, either one of you will be hinting at plans, if not asking outright when you can see each other next. If you find you’re the only one trying to make plans and they’re constantly cancelling, they might be treating this as more of a casual hook up.
Early interactions means they are free to talk to other people because there is no agreement. You are free to date or see other people until you agree with the other person its mutually exclusive i.e serious enough that you will only see them. Some people prefer casual dating (open to see multiple people) until they get to this stage others prefer one at a time. You can choose to date someone who only dates one person at a time, even casually. If you sleep with them before they are mutually exclusive and have been checked then use protection and think you are being exposed to any sexual diseases her or the unknowns he is sleeping with have.
For the most part, being single and entering the dating world can be pretty fun.
You get to meet a lot of new people and find out what you like and definitely do not like (enter the Tinder horror stories). But since you’re probs trying to hide the fact you have absolutely no chill, of course you’ll never ask those questions out loud.
If you’re lucky, you’ll meet someone who’s not a total dud and you’ll both be keen to pursue a second date. Questions start to pop up like, are we seeing each other? If you’re trying to figure out if the series of dates you’ve been on is leading to a relationship or just a casual fling, these are the main differences you should be aware of.