Instead of getting information about your feelings through a game of telephone (where you’re never getting the correct info), get you information about the relationship from each other.
Get your information about the relationship from each other.Instead of jumping into a serious relationship right away, take a few weeks to slowly start hanging out more and get more intimate. And although you may feel like telling everybody, at the beginning it might be best to try to keep this one quiet.During this time, keep analyzing your feelings and making sure that a relationship is really what you both want. That way, if things don’t work out, it won’t be as awkward because less people knew about it in the first place.You can't force a person to call you a girlfriend or boyfriend. That person doesn't consider me "boyfriend material" or good enough to be considered a boyfriend I advise you to avoid the "what are we conversation," especially when the relationship is moving along just fine. Usually the little kick in the butt gets me to spark the conversation: "I really like you," etc...But at the same time I understand how someone can get nervous if someone doesn't call them a boyfriend/girlfriend after a while. My favorite are the story is (and I think this happens more often than I think): the guy is with with friends or family and says:"This is my , so-and-so," and it's the first time he's ever referred to her that way. It's a scary step, just like the saying "I love you" step.