Just dating or boyfriend
What's the difference between "just dating" and "boyfriend/girlfriend"?
Think of me while you sip a cold drink of water, viewing a beautiful sunset, sitting on a vast mountaintop. All the different social media platforms add additional pressure on our relationships in what we 'should' or 'shouldn't be doing. Because you're in a good place and that's a great feeling. O's phone and there isn't a campfire or a buzzing bee, maybe you're on the same page. While I do love a right swipe as much as the next girl, the age of internet dating has definitely blurred the lines as to what to expect in terms of relationship progression. Casual snaps and texts throughout the week definitely bank you a couple points, too, as you're becoming apart of their day-to-day life. Though we're all prone to empty promises sometimes, it's rare that you'd say "let's hang out" to someone who's personality is drier than the Sahara. This also applies to days off for all our homies out there who aren't working 9-5s. When dealing with three kids who specialize in being hungry all the time, forgetting to use the bathroom when it’s available, fighting over anything and everything, and throwing their stuff all over the house, you need something to stop this endless cycle. I’m the boss until you turn eighteen, or until you’re big enough to ignore me and then back it up. Or more aptly put, be open for what might discover us. It’s the time we let life lead us instead of forcing the issue. If you’re not familiar with this term, it’s really quite simple.