Your partner went from being vague and mysterious, to suddenly inviting you out for dinner or drinks and pulling you around to what feels like a "Meet Everyone Important to Me World Tour."2. Yeah, it's one thing to net an invite via a plus-one, it's a whole other to get a name on the invitation.You might not realize it, but at some point, things got pretty serious.But when you and your partner start discussing what to do when your lease is up, or you get a promotion and have to start working at the satellite office an hour away, it means you want to stay in each other's lives. Early relationships typically have no digital footprint.You don't want a host of randos all over your Instagram. You're clearly spending enough time over there that you need to have some extra clothes for emergencies.If you're not quite at the point of That Talk but you're looking for a few clues you're heading in that direction, here are some signs he's in it for the long haul as your relationship progresses. Nothing wrong with a few cocktails on dates, whether you've been out twice or for 20 years.But the beginning of a relationship tends to be pretty socially lubricated, so when he starts asking you to hang out in broad daylight without a beer, he's getting comfortable with you.
If he plays softball in the city recreation league, he wants you in the bleachers for the games. what you’ve written lately and whether he may (please, please) read it.You Get A Nickname You don’t give a nickname to someone you’re going to hit and quit, let me put it that way. The million-dollar question in the early stages of any relationship is always the same: how can I know he’s not playing me?It’s a super weird and super magical time in a relationship, when things go from “We’re dating and it’s fun and we make out all the time and whatever” to “‘The L-word is about to pop out of my mouth all the time and I’m starting to plan what our bedtime routine is going to be with our kids ten years down the line.” So how can you tell when a new relationship is starting to take a turn for the serious? Your Friends Add Your Them On Facebook (And Visa Versa) Friends adding the boyfriend or the girlfriend on Facebook is big, again it’s an assumption that you’re going to be there for the long haul. You Know Their Schedule When your new partner tells you they do Krav Maga every Tuesday and Thursday and see their parents for brunch on Sundays, that’s a big tip-off that they want you to know what their schedule is like on the regular because they plan on keeping you around, you know, indefinitely.