Making it official can be based on how often you spend time together or your mutual feelings." co-author, David Bennett says, "if you've slowly turned into 'just friends' or roommates, and the sexual chemistry is long gone and you know it isn't coming back, it's time to break up.
While it may seem shallow to focus on it, a lack of sexual activity leads to relationship frustration, resentment, and even cheating, and it usually only gets worse over time." Another telltale sign that it might be time to reconsider your relationship is if you're "emotionally cheating." Bennett explains that if you find yourself confiding in someone who's not your partner, then it's clear that your S. "isn't the person deserving of these details and emotional connection." If you're not willing to consider therapy or invest more time and effort into patching up your relationship, then it may be time to break up.
For instance, is "seeing" and "dating" someone the same thing or are they two completely different statuses?
And how comfortable are you with setting boundaries when it comes to sex, either with one another or other people?
" The biggest indicator that you're in a relationship?