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Are you both planning ahead to set up times to hang out, inviting each other to events that are months away, or even discussing going on a trip together? But if you notice that your partner is avoiding these kinds of topics, is vague about planning anything far-off, and refuses to think about anything past a few days or even hours from right now, the odds are that you're not dating this person. For example, is this person fun, engaging, and outgoing when they're with your friend squad, or is your partner awkward, standoffish, or even obnoxious?
If you've been intentionally introduced to any part of your partner's family, that's a pretty clear that this relationship is going somewhere. But it's still probably best to talk about it and not jump to conclusions. When you're both emotionally investing in each other by revealing more about who you are as a person, this is a clear that you're dating. This person is choosing to keep you at a distance and opting to put up barriers between the two of you rather than trying to build upon your connection and bring you closer together.
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