I tried to say they were “dating.” Someone else said they weren't dating because they weren't exclusive.
Establishing one's career in today's competitive industries has become a challenging pursuit to most job seekers.
But then again, this is not the norm everywhere, nor is it the only possibility.
Indeed I know of many people who go from such an exclusive 1-1 state to an open polygamous relationship.
I would say my boyfriend and I were “dating” long before we were in a relationship.
I say we were “dating” in the beginning because we were regularly going on dates right off the bat.
Employers too are increasingly having difficulty finding the right person for the job.
Too often, there remains a huge gap between the skills required by the industry and what a graduate has to offer.
As far as I'm concerned, there are two types of pseudo-relationships you can be in that aren't real, bonafide relationships: You're either “hooking up” (casual booty calls, probably not going anywhere) or you're “dating” (going on dates, getting to know each other, hopefully going somewhere).
You know that in-between stage of dating when you've been seeing someone consistently, it feels like things are building into something, but you're not yet exclusive?
You talk regularly (whether by phone, text, or otherwise), have gone on four or five dates (or more), know personal details about each other, have some sort of physical relationship, and your friends know about him.
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