Dating today is filled with question marks, unspoken rules, and just a general sense of mystery. We're all tasked with balancing definitive interest with that hard-to-get chase, ensuring that our love interests know we're into them, but not, like, too into them. But then — maybe eight or nine or a million dates in — the question of, "Wait, what are we? It's a question I've asked myself on a number of occasions, first as a dazed and confused teenager, and then as an even-more-confused adult or whatever it is that I am. My last "Facebook-official" boyfriend and I dated for a year and a half, but had spent the better part of a year hanging out and making out before deciding to take on official labels I was feeling very Days of Summer at the time.
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By 25, almost all of my friends have been in long-term relationships, were engaged, and even married. I on the other hand, had never even been on a date. Call it an effect of the quarter-life crisis, or pressure from my traditional South Asian family in finding a life-long partner, but I decided that at 25, I would take the plunge…by online dating. I remember filling out my online profile, completely not knowing what to expect.
My daughter went to the movies with her 'boyfriend' when she was 12 7th grade. Does that count as a date? Other than that she usually only saw him at school. She had her first real boyfriend when she was I would be really nervous about that.
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