Dating getting more serious

Although the supposed couple reportedly only began dating in August, and keep going on secret dates together, their fear of being in the public eye obviously hasn’t stopped them from becoming pretty serious about one another.

I care about this guy, but I worry he’s putting unrealistic expectations on me. What is the point of being poly with someone whom you can’t be in the same state with and have no intention of moving to be with?

So you can feel bad about developing feelings for someone who lives where you live?

Your partner went from being vague and mysterious, to suddenly inviting you out for dinner or drinks and pulling you around to what feels like a "Meet Everyone Important to Me World Tour."2. Yeah, it's one thing to net an invite via a plus-one, it's a whole other to get a name on the invitation.

You might not realize it, but at some point, things got pretty serious.

Serious enough that people planning a wedding assume you're going to be together 10 or so months from now. You just celebrated some kind of one-year "anniversary." Don't underestimate the significance of a year.

It doesn't really matter how casual your relationship is, surviving your amorphous, barely definable hookup-sorta relationship still has something going for it if you've made it a year.

Sticking around says, "No, this relationship goes deeper for me."Follow Frank on Twitter.

Dates can be either the most exciting or the most stomach-churning experience a person can have while trying to get to know someone.

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