Aside from asking directly where you stand, there is no foolproof way to tell.Actually, I'm pretty sure even asking directly isn't foolproof.If he only hits you up on a Saturday night at 2 AM and wants you to come over, it doesn't count. He'll call on Wednesday to ask if you're free on Saturday, not shoot you a message at 8 PM to see if you want to get a beer because he doesn't have anything better to do.
We're not going to sugarcoat it: A new relationship is all sorts of tricky. —uttering those three all-important words: "I love you." So, we asked some of our favorite relationship experts to share their tips for navigating the first few months."Unless you've introduced a label maker into your love life, ambiguity may still linger over where you and the man fall in the relationship caste system," says Colleen Barrett, Tres Sugar associate editor.
If you're going on dates regularly and making time for each other, it's a good sign that things are progressing toward an official relationship.
By regularly, I mean once or twice a week with actual communication in between.
I mean, there's nothing wrong with some amazing between-the-sheets time, but if you want a relationship, he needs to like you with your clothes on too. You'll speak most days, even if it's about mundane things and only for a few minutes.
You know roughly what's going on in each other's lives and often have a quick catch-up after a long day.