ARE YOU READY TO CHANGE YOUR RELATIONSHIP STATUS? by @DatingAdviceGrl

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You were going along swimmingly dating and getting to know other fabulous singles then all of the sudden you meet someone that you want to spend the majority of your time with. You may not be sure if you’re ready to totally change your relationship status, but you know that you’ve found something worth exploring. Here are some clues that you may be interested in going from ‘single’ to ‘taken’ with a new love-interest.relationship status | singles warehouse

1. You’re spending weekend nights together

There are certain nights of the week that you reserve for those you are really into. Traditionally speaking these are usually Friday and Saturday nights. If you and your love-interest are choosing to arrange regular dates on these nights, you two may be heading towards something more serious.

2. You include each other in your various activities and plan to spend a lot of time together

You may not be spending every waking moment together, but you and your love-interest are regularly inviting each other to join in on each other’s social plans. Especially if these plans involve close friends or family, the two of you may be on your way to something more serious.

3. You have no longer have an interest in seeing other people

You know you are smitten when if the hottest guy or girl you’ve ever seen were to approach you or ask you out, you wouldn’t be interested. When you find yourself only wanting to spend time with one person, that is a clue that you may be ready for a status change.

If you’ve found that you are interested in possibly moving things to the next level with a new love-interest, it may be time to have a conversation about your current dating status. A simple ‘I love spending time with you and I’d like it to continue’ could be a great way to start a relationship conversation with your love-interest. It’s not everyday that we find someone that we really connect with, so be careful not to let a potential relationship opportunity pass you by.

Hugs,
The Dating Advice Girl

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The Dating Advice Girl, Erin Tillman, is a dating expert, social life consultant, author, speaker and radio host based in Los Angeles, California. Over the past 6 years she has helped singles successfully navigate through the early stages of dating through her book, The Dating Guidebook (www.TheDatingGuidebook.com), over 100 dating-related articles for various lifestyle and dating sites, radio and TV segments and through her weekly radio show, The Dating Advice Girl Radio Show on 99.3 KCLA FM (voted one of the Top 10 Best Dating Podcasts on the Web in 2013)! She has hosted singles events in and around Los Angeles, has participated in dating and self-help workshops and seminars, has gotten and given dating tips to celebs on at events and on red carpets and has collaborated with several television studios, production companies, and radio stations including WGN 720 AM in Chicago, 700 WLW in Cincinnati, and KHOW 630 AM in Denver. Find me on the WEB, FACEBOOK and TWITTER.

2 Comments

  • December 26, 2012

    Singlewarehouse

    I did that this Christmas! I changed mine! hehe

  • March 18, 2013

    Rebeca Kasak

    If you change your relationship status using the normal default settings, it will let everyone on your friends list know about your recent break up, including friends and family who will probably comment, like, and attempt to dislike your status.Or Changing your relationship status, albeit a personal choice, is one you should do only when you feel it’s important for the social media world to know about it.