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When I asked her she told me that we are "very technically If you are dating someone are you single and that I can hook up with whoever I want but she dip if I did. I've been in this situation before. It can mean a couple of things: Any way you cut it, it's no good--even if she's trying to feel you out. Even if it's transitioning to a relationship. If you want to be in a relationship with someone, you'll be in a relationship.
And trust me, if it's exclusive-but-not-together and she wants to hook up with other people, it's not transitioning towards a relationship. Generally it just means she's using you because it's basically guaranteed.
I assume, when you say "she dip if I did" that you mean she'd end it if you did? That would help with the context a little bit. I'm saying I'm not your girlfriend I don't want the title i thought i made it clear. Sounds exclusive to me. You have a relationship together that she will end if you do something that she doesnt want you to do.
It sounds like she doesnt view you two as a couple, but wants to be a couple. I wouldn't consider you single, and she doesn't either, no matter what label is attached to it. Sometimes you just gotta be direct, tell her that this is something you need to know one way or the other, and if she doesn't want to define it, then be okay with walking away. I'm really confused by this as well. Talk to her in person, not over text. Find out which one she wants. It seems like it might be one of these options:.
You are at the start of a potential relationship. You If you are dating someone are you single know each other too well yet, so maybe you don't rely on each other emotionally just now, but that might happen down the road.
Meanwhile, you don't want to have sex with other people because this might turn into a full blow relationship. You are monogamous FWB.
You get to have sex with each other, and you don't have sex with other people. However, you don't rely on each other for emotional support. If you get upset one day about work, don't call the other person. Either that's what you are and you're exclusive, or you're not and you can date other people.
It's as simple as that. If it's not official you're free to do whatever the hell you want, by putting conditions on it you become official! You can't have your cake telling people you're single and eat it too getting the benefits of being "exclusive". I'm not sure how to talk about this to her though because this is exactly how I feel. What me and her right now emotionally is no different from a boyfriend girlfriend and I guess what I realize now is that I don't mind the title.
This all seems a If you are dating someone are you single confusing to me, but I think whether or not you can clearly lable yourself as "technically single" the better way to look at this is whether or not you're available.