I do feel like we are at a point where we aren't dating (by my definition).
Sometimes I think it's going somewhere, sometimes I think he's losing interest or isn't looking to be in a relationship at the moment.
We are both pretty busy people so it's sometimes hard to find a time that works for both of us but when we do get to spend time together, it's just the best!
I want to know if seeing each other will lead to something more serious. We went from seeing each other 2x a week to now about 1x every 10 days or so.
We had plans for his b-day this weekend and he had to cancel it but did ask to do it sometime next week. If you are not satisfied with the amount of quality time you spend together, but you are attracted to the person then you should find some way of communicating this before thinking about moving on.
Haven't heard back on what day but I'm definitely not sitting around waiting for him. If we are "seeing" each other (as opposed to "dating"), shouldn't the in person contact increase? Give some time, think about it and then have a talk about how you are feeling.
Is a difference between seeing someone and dating someone? The person I've been seeing/dating for a month referred to himself as the guy I am seeing.
Dating implies that dating process of elimination, dating many people to narrow it down to the one who you want to then start seeing more seriously.
It may be nothing but I wasn't sure if there is a distinction.
When talking to friends, I don't say I'm dating him. BTW, we've never had any discussion about what this is.
I think it's a funny coincidence we were both using the same choice of words.
Well you are right, being with or seeing someone is more exclusive than just dating the person, and yes dating a person is just getting to know them to see if you would want to be exclusive with them.