The exact definition and “rules” of “casual dating” depend on you and your partner and is based on your wants, needs and expectations.Conversely, a committed relationship suggests that you are in a monogamous relationship.weekends or every couple of weeks) or you may see each other every day or the majority of the week.Moreover, “casual dating” may or may not include sex.I do feel like we are at a point where we aren't dating (by my definition).Sometimes I think it's going somewhere, sometimes I think he's losing interest or isn't looking to be in a relationship at the moment.It has been observed that in today’s generation, dating is considered a very casual thing where two people meet and go out for a movie or snacks, or they meet in shopping malls or go out in general with or without friends, individually or in groups, with people of their choosing.
Well you are right, being with or seeing someone is more exclusive than just dating the person, and yes dating a person is just getting to know them to see if you would want to be exclusive with them.
When both of you know that you’ll be spending weekends together, or at least Friday and Saturday nights, you’re probably exclusive.
It’s one thing for him to tell the guys about his hot date or GF, but when he tells his closest female friends all about you, he’s getting the vote of approval and wants to share his joy. When he’s ready to let go of her and move onto a meaningful relationship with you, he’ll let his ex know he has a GF, so respectable boundaries can be set. When you exchange keys with enthusiasm he’s letting you know that you now have the key to his heart.
It may be nothing but I wasn't sure if there is a distinction.
When talking to friends, I don't say I'm dating him. BTW, we've never had any discussion about what this is.