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5 Signs You’re In A SITUATIONSHIP

If you've ever been in a situationship, you know it's the worst position to be in. You're not sure where it's headed (nowhere, that's your answer), you can't share your relationship with anyone, and you really don't have any peace of mind. You want more but you know there's not much you can do. If you're not sure whether or not it's a relationship, here are 5 Signs to help you out. 

 

1. YOU AREN’T EVEN GOING ON DATES ANYMORE.

You’ve been seeing each other so long that the dinner and movie nights out have transitioned to Netflix and chill and you’ve made noticeably less effort into getting gussied up to see each other. You hang like you’ve been together for a long time, but there’s still a massive elephant in the room.

 

2. YOU HAVE NO TITLE.

When someone asks you what you are, you reply awkwardly with responses like “we’re just talking” or “we’re taking it one day at a time and going with the flow.” The flow has not yet been interrupted to define what you actually are or intend to be.

 

3. YOU'RE NOT IN LOVE

You care about the person but you haven’t broken the barrier to truly let your heart be involved fully.

 

4. YOU SLEEP OVER.

You don’t just leave after your session but you actually spend the night and probably even have coffee and breakfast together in the morning. 

 

5. YOU HAVE NO PICTURES TOGETHER.

You haven’t taken any pictures together or haven’t posted anything to social media alluding to any sort of idea that you’re in a pseudo relationship.

 

Now that your SITUATIONSHIP has been defined, what are you going to do about it?

5 things I've learned: 

  1. Keep God First!

  2. Don't Settle

  3. Trust Your Instinct

  4. Men Say What They Mean & Mean What They Say

  5. Love Yourself

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