NEVER look for sex and love in the same places!
The word dating generally refers to a social activity were two or more people in a romantic relationship decide to spend more time with each other because of general purposes. This would include building the relationship, and dating to get to know each other better.
When two people are interested in starting a new romantic relationship, normally this is the first phase were both take the time to get to know each other and allow it to grow. Because of this, dating can either strengthen a relationship, or make it collapse depending on the couples relationship compatibility. Ending a relationship can come from dating itself if the couple does not bond.
The reason: relationship dating has no guarantee that the bond will succeed and everything that is done with in that relationship will echo, in a big or small way (positive or negative) through the rest of each others lives. Many will ask: If I love my partner, Why should I wait? I see intimacy as something completely normal and necessary of every dating relationship? True. But what if the relationship does not work out. What will be the consequences?
The higher a relationship goes, the harder the fall, the bigger the “emotional baggage”, the longer it will take to overcome it, and yes indeed this will be a topic that you might touch with your permanent partner at some point of the rest of your life. Notice the word permanent partner refers to your spouse and not your dating partner (which is not a guarantee of a spouse).
My questions are #1 When you begin dating someone should you reveal the fact that you may be dating other people right away or wait?
#2 If dating is a way to meet and get to know people why are people so reluctant to admit when they are dating other people?
#3 Why does there have to be a timeline on how long should one typically date before it becomes physical?
Things that make you go hmmmmm….