Dating turn into a relationship

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I talked to relationship and sex therapist Marissa Nelson, Ph.

D., about what behaviors and attitudes can help single daters go from wishing they were in relationships to actually being in relationships.

“Keep doing the things that fill you up as a person, and if he or she wants to be a part of that, great!

When you;re into someone, it’s natural to be inclined to want to fill each and every friend in on every minute detail of your interactions.

“The person for you is someone who is secure in who they are and not intimidated by you being who you are,” says Nelson.

“Sometimes people close off if they sense that you are not being your authentic self.” No need to hide your less cool, glamorous, or conventionally feminine or attractive qualities.

(And, side note, not super-attractive qualities.) Do whatever you can to distract yourself or tap back into your self-confidence.

It’s easy to feel like your entire self-worth is tied into whether he texts you about hanging out tonight—but it’s We’re rarely more vulnerable than when we really like someone we’re dating, and are unclear about where we stand with them or how they feel about us.

It seems to be the case the women are often times the ones who want to turn a sexual dating fling into a serious, “real” relationship. There are probably tens of thousands of women in a dating situation just like yours… You’ve met him either at a dating site or in a bar or somewhere like that. In addition, considering the fact that you weren’t even dating, that gave you something extra to think about.

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