Dating Cut Off Line Long Term Relationship

  • View author's info Recommended Author posted on Apr 27, 2011 at 19:59


    There seems to be a point when dating no longer is satisfying and we seek to settle down.  Sure, there are the endless daters out there and those who can't commit.  However, most people, I believe, wish to eventually find that ONE person.  What is the time frame or psychological cut off line when dating is no longer desired and relationship become important? 

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  • View author's info posted on Aug 02, 2012 at 07:27


    My parents dated for 3 months and were married for 50 years until my Dad passed on. Same with most of my family. You should know what you want after 3 months I think because, your heart aches for that person, you have butterflys in your stomach everytime you have sex, and you cannot bare to be away from that person, so if you have these things after 3 months then why wait?? Life is short and if you can find someone to have all those feelings with, you should be ready to take the next step...hope this helps, I want those butterflys in my stomach,wink...Good Luck to us all...

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  • View author's info posted on Jul 03, 2012 at 19:35


    As soon as dating is no longer satisfying and your direction for the relationship isn't happening, you've reached the cut-off time.

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  • View author's info posted on Jul 01, 2012 at 18:17


    If a man doesn't committ to you in 3 months, he will never committ. Same goes for a woman who knows what she wants and doesn't fall for a guy on the first date. That doesn't mean getting married after 3 months, it means deciding to grow the relationship and take it to the level of "we" instead of "you " and "I".
  • View author's info posted on May 15, 2011 at 20:47


    I just registered on this site.And I hope no any men would think that I am here after only after money. I have tried to date reguler guys but it's seems like they all have kids from previouse relationships or divorced and not looking for anyone to build a family with except just someone to relax with. It's seems like money is huge issue for single guys to get seriouse.
    So, I found this site and I seen more good looking guys who want to have a life partner and ready to settle down. Plus, there so many good looking guys, they take batter care of themself then any reguler guy. And this is so important to me.

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  • View author's info posted on May 14, 2011 at 05:31


    There is no cut off line. Maybe if u Tell people in your email that u ready to settle down than u gonna have a better result...
  • View author's info posted on May 12, 2011 at 18:18


    Well, I tend to believe is based on experience. Everybody wants to meet the one and the only way is by start dating. Therefore there is never a cut off unless you find the person you want to commit to and settle down with. I stopped dating because to me it has become a waste of time. I started to think that there are no "real" men ou there anymore. I could say the same for women. It's sad but true. Everything has become so shady and corrupted. It comes to no surprise because, after all, we live in a materialistic world. Why would we alter the way we live when we can try to gain more and aim for better? However, is that really the point of looking for the right person? Anyways, I am getting carried away :D. So no, I don't think there is a cut off line, however, we feel it when it's time to settle. But that doesn't mean we stop dating.
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