Omg, that is what thought too. But when I was talking to my friend about my date she question me that if i am not ready for relationship then why did i go on a date for I told her i went on the date because like you said i want to see if there is any connection we had that is all. So I question myself about it. But thank you so much.KhoOnxNouxWanxJai said:Going on dates doesn't necessarily mean you are ready to be in a relationship. When you go on a date it is to explore the other person or people you are dating. This is why some people date multiple people and it's not considered cheating. They are trying to explore the people in their lives and see who is more compatible with them. Unless there is a agreement between two people that they are dating exclusively then I guess that would be considered directing towards a relationship. Many friends date one another to see if they are ready to be more than just friends, and if they aren't then they go back to being friends. When you step out of that and go into a relationship straight away it may complicate things. Don't let anyone pressure you into a relationship. Take your time to get to know the person, and if that person is genuine about it then they would understand.
Hmmm. I see why your friend said that because I, too, feel that dating is only for when one is looking to meet someone and see if things can progress into a relationship. It really depends on how you look at dating because everyone has their own way of dating. For me, going on a date with someone means that I am interested in getting to know the person. If things go well, I might be willing to take it a step further and start a relationship with them. If I'm not interested, why would I go on a date with them in the first place? You have to be careful not to lead the other person on. I think it's okay to go on one date with the person to explore and see whom you're compatible with. However, if you keep on going on a second, a third, and so forth dates but you aren't interested in taking it a step further with the person, you're leading them on and that's not very nice. I know some like to date many at the same time, but I don't like to do that because I feel that when people do that, it shows that they can have many feelings or are interested in multiple people at once. I like to be one-hearted and invest my time into one person at a time. Lol. I think if you want to meet people, you shouldn't call it a date and just call it hanging out. Dates are usually associated with trying to get to know someone in case it leads into something more. That's why if I'm not interested in someone and they want to take me out one on one, I make sure to tell them it's not a date. Lol.lilo said:Can someone tell me that if going on a date consider you being ready for a relationship? I was ask if I wasn't ready for a relationship then why would I go on a date? I told that person I am not ready for relationship but I am willing to meet people.