While this lesson is clearly valuable, it can also be extended to those individuals already in a relationship.
Whether you think you and your significant other are in a rut, or whether you simply know the importance of there always being so much more to learn about each other, dating your significant other is equally important in maintaining a healthy and lasting relationship.
Here’s how to know if you guys are a “thing,” or just hanging out all of the time in an intimate and emotional friendship with sex: Last week, you grabbed a quick dinner with him. Why would you think this man — who is attracted to you — may want to be more than just friends? He clearly just likes you, wants to eat by you and enjoy your company, then later wants to smash his face into yours. It’s awesome that he’s complimentary and bold enough to tell you how he feels. On the other hand, he probably says this to his guy friends all the time, and so he probably does just want to be friends.
It’s strange you got so worked up over this total friendzone compliment.
After spending a night with you, he says, “Having sex with you is so much fun.” Hmm.
It may sound overly-simple, but “dating,” even while in a relationship, will remind you why you kept seeing this individual in the first place.
Getting out of the comfort zone of your apartments and dressing up in something other than PJs will serve as a reminder of the perhaps slightly-more-exciting people you guys were before becoming mutually exclusive.