I was listening to On Air with Ryan Seacrest a few days ago, and a girl called in crying, saying how disappointed she felt that the guy she was dating did not take her out for Valentine’s Day.
The hosts said that this was normal - the guy and girl did not have the exclusivity talk to figure out where they were in the relationship, and obviously they were not on the same page. A couple of my American friends told me they would rather just be alone on V-Day, even though they are dating someone. Because they are just not sure if they are ready to take the dating to another level, and they do not want to create a misunderstanding with their partner.
My own V-Day In my case, both my date and I are very cautious and drama-free.
We used this V-Day to make it official that we are only dating each other, and we got the chance to have beautiful V-Day date night at the beach.
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You are either boyfriend and girlfriend, or pure friends, so there is no chance to be confused. It can sometimes take a long time for a romantic relationship to develop into an official boyfriend/girlfriend relationship. There are all kinds of different stages of relationships that foreigners need to be aware of, and some of them will always seem kind of ridiculous (like the open-relationship stuff, I am just never able to get it).
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When you kiss at a party, things are a little bit different: You might need to talk about what happened the night before and decide if you want to be an item or not.
But, once again, if the relationship is going to happen, it’s going to be exclusive.