Adult dating what should we be doing after 6 months
He would only say it when he is absolutely certain that he is in love, and his definition of love is that he has to prioritize the other person's happiness above his own.(Personally I think his definition is a little bit strict, but I suppose I can understand) He says that at the moment he's not concerned about whether we are in love, all he cares about is that we spend a lot of time together.This question is an excerpt from Group Therapy in our Très Sugar Community. My man and I have been dating steadily for 3 months and we've known each other for longer.We've been intimate, I chill with his friends and he hangs with mine.
I trust him, but how much longer should this go on? Just so I don't have to be called a friend anymore, because I feel like so much more.
I certainly wouldn't be moving in "soon" with someone at that stage, especially if they're uncertain of their feelings (not just the I love you words).
Six months, routine, lack of stimulus for any new sparks?
He claims that he'll be worried about the love issue when it doesn't happen after 2 years.
He is happy in this relationship with very little complaints, and does not see us breaking up anytime soon or ever.
As far as him telling you his thoughts about love, stop pushing him and trying to elicit an answer more favorable to you. He's being perfectly honest with you which, if you read most of these threads, is an admirable trait.