Many of us don't focus on that fine line of demarcation after falling in love or even worse after thinking about dating someone we adore. We ignore that difference, and we overlook the importance of it. This is one of the very reasons why some people still feel incomplete even after getting committed to a person for several years. Previously, there wasn't all this romantic drama happening in society because most of our ancestors enrolled themselves in arranged commitments. But in this millennial era, everyone acquired their freedom to choose their partners to spend the rest of their lives. But are we choosing the partners or else just rushing out?
There is a huge difference between dating someone and being committed to someone. It is very easy for a person to leave one's dating partner than leaving one's committed partner. Altogether, dating is the process of choosing our life partners whereas a relationship is all about choosing one person out of everyone for a lifetime commitment. But, sadly, many of us think that dating means committing to a person in the form of a relationship. Don't you think, there's a difference between seeing someone and living with someone?
Know the difference between dating and leading a committed relationship. Try to control yourself and don't act as if you are married to your dating partner. Maintain some limitations and also don't cross your emotional borders. Getting physical is up to you, until and unless it's consensual, you can sleep with your dating partner but emotions are difficult to handle, so better control them. Because, if your actions speak that you are considering a particular bond as a relationship, you don't have to announce to the world particularly that you are in a relationship.