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Gravityfall continues, "two people causally dating are most likely not ready to handle problems and arguments in a way that can strengthen their bond, although if they can, it may help them realize how strong they are together." If you've taken the time to sit down and have the conversation about whether to assume the title of girlfriend or boyfriend, then consider yourself in the "dating exclusively" phase. Houston-based dating expert and matchmaker Sarah Patt explains that "talking about things you should do together as a couple in the future is a sign you want [them] in your future …

Anything from something as simple as restaurant openings, concerts, or events to something as big as a vacation or getting a dog together are good indicators.” Patt also points out that "in many instances when the 'we're official' conversation doesn't happen or is ignored, you (as a couple) can evolve into becoming the 'unofficial other half,' in everyone else's eyes," Patt says.

For instance, maybe you don’t want to get married ever, maybe you never want children, maybe you want both, perhaps you never want to be tied to just one person. [Read: 10 signs of true love that will make you believe] How does this confused zone occur? Probably one likes the other more, and they aren’t sleeping with or dating anyone else, but one *or maybe both* refuses to label it a real relationship.

It seems ridiculous, because the very pillar of a relationship is that you’re not sleeping with anyone else! Relationship: 14 signs to know your real status] What exactly is a relationship defined by? Most say a relationship is when two people meet, want to spend time together, don’t want to see other people, sex usually becomes involved, and they’re seeing how it goes.

"Commitment happens based on mutual comfort levels in a relationship.