What is the point of dating someone
You have put yourself out there 100 percent, and the other person hasn't given you even 5 percent.
You realize in that exact moment that while the other person is so very comfortable in your home, you don't even know what color their bathroom rug is because you've never seen it.
But as the days turn to weeks and weeks turn to months you start to notice those pesky little red flags in the back ground.
You realize it's been six months and none of your new found "friends" even know you exist, all the while the other person is immersed in your life.
When you first meet someone new and start forming a bond, your feelings take over your brain.
At worst, you are setting yourself up for heartbreak, getting attached to a person who refuses to focus on you. While he’s out with you having coffee, his mind could be on the dinner he had with her last night. I know many people think, It’s okay if he’s dating others besides me.
Two people meet; they hit it off and start to see each other often.
As feelings progress and times spent together start to forge together building a bond between them, their hearts take over where the mind leaves and a budding relationship begins.
The last time I saw him, I asked him if we could define our relationship. I decided that everything was probably okay until yesterday when my brother went to a coffee shop and saw him with another girl.
In response, he started talking, but somehow didn’t really say anything, and I got the feeling he was probably seeing someone else. Everything was still so new between us, so I let the subject drop. I’m afraid to bring this up with him because the conversation didn’t go well the last time; he’s obviously not ready to be exclusive with me. My friend, you are an unwitting victim of the new culture that I call “the Tinder Revolution.” Although it’s always been possible to see more than one person at a time, technology – and Tinder, where one swipes right or left to meet or reject another – is just one app of many that has made it much easier for us to encounter, get-to-know, and “communicate” with multiple people simultaneously.