When a guy and a girl have some level of attraction or chemistry, they often begin to demonstrate evidence of a growing connection. Have you had a friendship or relationship develop to a point where there really seems to be something between you only to find yourself wondering where the momentum went — wondering if you're stuck or even losing ground?
You may feel like you’ve finally met your soul mate, the Clyde to your Bonnie, the peanut butter to your jelly, or just the perfect distraction from all of life’s troubles.
But there’s a catch—what kind of relationship are you in exactly?
You’re head over heels, but just how exactly is he feeling? Luckily, we talked to Kathleen Bogle, author of Hooking Up: Sex, Dating, and Relationships on Campus, to give you a complete guide to defining your relationship and having “the talk” with him.
Ghosting While this term is relatively new, the act of ghosting existed long before the dawn of online dating. Ghosting occurs when someone you’re dating suddenly stops making any contact, giving no signs at all that they’re no longer interested.
It’s usually a result of them being too afraid to tell you they don’t want to take things any further.