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If You're Dating But Not Sure If You Want A Relationship, Here's What To Do
Relationships aren't always black and white. Sometimes it's necessary to break things off with someone with whom you're not officially an item. Whether you've gone on a few dates but sparks just aren't flying or you have a "friends with benefits" arrangement, it can be tough to know how to break up when you're not even really together. INSIDER consulted with psychologists, counselors, and relationship experts to find out how to end a relationship with someone when you're not an actual couple. When you decide that you no longer want to continue seeing or sleeping with someone, you owe it to them to break the news as soon as you can. As soon as you feel certain that the relationship doesn't have a future, make a plan to tell the other person how you feel.
Someone with whom you had no shared past. To get to know someone as a human being and a significant other simultaneously. To get to know yourself in the context of a relationship while getting to know another person. To be introduced to a new world with new people and new experiences all at once. There is no tomorrow. There is no later.
The best part about dating is not knowing what the other person is feeling. Just kidding, that's definitely not fun, and not something I rack my brain thinking over with whomever I'm dating. Those early days of getting to know someone are tough: you have to figure out if you like them, how much you like them, and what you want with them — if anything.
9 First Date Tips For When You're Going Out With Someone You've Never Met Before
Are you single and looking for love? Are you finding it hard to meet the right person? Life as a single person offers many rewards, such as being free to pursue your own hobbies and interests, learning how to enjoy your own company, and appreciating the quiet moments of solitude. For many of us, our emotional baggage can make finding the right romantic partner a difficult journey.