7 Signs of a Situationship and How to Handle It

Determine if you're in a situationship. Non-committed relationship names change. Situationships have replaced booty calls, friends with benefits, and others.

Casual relationships are growing. So why? Commitment phobia, always? Situationships—what are they? Should we proceed? Situationship or relationship? 

This page answers all these issues and describes non-committed partnerships. Check out! Situationships are trendy! Situationships are neither relationships nor friendships. 

The first few dates may be situationships. Many situationships persist longer because both parties prefer not to label the relationship. 

Aren't they friends with benefits? Friends with benefits have one rule: don't fall in love! Situationships blur boundaries and allow romance. This is tricky. Situationship signs are obvious. 

If you're dating someone yet unsure of your commitment, you may be in a situationship. Maintaining integrity in a relationship requires recognizing situationships. 

Read on for indications of a situationship. Situationships never characterize non-committal relationships. It's just hanging out and hooking up. 

You may be in a situationship if you've been dating for a while without having the DTR chat. 

Situationships are characterized by infrequent meetings, unlike relationships. After seeing each other regularly, you may not hear from them for weeks. Relationships progress. 

From the first "I love you" to anniversaries, connection grows. You both know one other's favorite café and bookstore.

In situationships, you're stuck. If you want a committed relationship, leaving may be the appropriate choice. You're alone with them.

You don't have a wedding or engagement date, and you may be seeing other individuals. Naturally, you may desire more. If neither party feels that way, breaking up may be best. 

Situationships are confusing, but many people like them. It's intended to be fun, so if it's stressful, don't do it! 

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