How do you get the boy to see that you are serious about your relationship?


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2010-12-23 17:12:59
2010-12-23 17:12:59

Tell him, if you are serious about the relationship that means that you trust him and if you trust him just tell him.

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He wants to marry you and/or he is serious about your relationship

Yes but it wont be a serious relationship, it will just be for fun.

It is time to move on and look for someone else. A so called "open relationship" is not the answer to forming a stable relationship. You are too young to get too serious with anyone. Aim for a friendship with a few mates rather than a serious relationship with a single boy..

Can you find a serious relationship on craigslist? I don't see why not facebook.. Keep in mind that if you're turning to facebook for a serious relationship, the relationship itself won't be taken seriously. Facebook is a social network more than a dating network even though a percentage of it is used for dating.

You should talk to him and see if he is ready for a serious relationship if not then its a no go.

Just say Im so sorry but I not looking forward into a serious relationship

When it gets really supr serious between u and the girl/boy

'I want to be in a serious relationship.'

Depends on the relationship they could kiss talk make out or even have sex if their serious anof

I think a really good indicator is whether or not he takes you to see his family.

A boy asks the most interesting person out. Things like hair color aren't important -- or if they are, then that boy isn't interested in a serious relationship to start with!

think you should ask is what is his plan for the future. if you are in his plan it means that he want something serious with you if not it doesn't mean you are not in a serious relationship, but you should be really careful. don't get that serious with the relationship.....

A relationship between a boy and a girl.

When you are committed to one another and in a monogamous relationship (only dating one another) that tends to be a serious relationship.

AnswerI would say she either wants the relationship to be more serious...or she wants to break up. Either she's worried that you aren't as serious about the relationship as she is, or she is trying to get you to see the problems with the relationship because she wants to dump you without hurting your feelings.AnswerOR...That is when she wants you to propose for marriage.

Boys at this age aren't serious enough to actually get in a serious relationship, so if you actuallly get a guy isn't nervous you Lucky!

you can tell if he is acting serious and never laughs or smiles when you tell him something important or seriousif your invited over see how he treats his mother or sister then you know how well he will treat you in a serious relationship.

No I wouldn't have a serious relationship at age 11, because if you get to serious then when something goes wrong it's going to be worse on you. Also because your 11 you shouldn't be having serious relationships til your in at least 9th grade even then that's to young. So no I would just have a "regular relationship" other than a "serious relationship"

Try It aims at serious relationship is another website aimed at serious relationships, or at least long-term relationship building.

If your girlfriend does not want a serious relationship at the moment, then you need to decide what you want. If you are okay with a casual relationship then you should stay with her. But if it will only hurt you to not be in a more serious relationship, then perhaps it would be best for you to move on and find someone that wants the same things out of a relationship that you do.

Ask her out anyway,if she really likes you she'll break up with the guy for you.

Be honest with the person that you are dating and let them know that you aren't ready for a serious relationship. Just tell them upfront.

If he talks with you or anyone else about marrying anyone, unless he's obviously joking, he has a serious relationship.

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