I changed my relationship status on Facebook to “Engaged”.
Then, casually suggest something similar whether it be going out for wings or to the batting cages for the following Friday. Just make sure it's something you want to see, too.
Got tickets to a concert he's dying to see or game he wants to check out? That way, if he can't make it, you can still have a great time with a friend.
It's usually easy to know when a relationship is going well, from frequent phone calls, romantic gestures and loving looks.
But when things start to go south, we may try to deny that it's happening and just hope for the best.
If you are unsure if your boyfriend still wants to be with you, chances are there is trouble.
Here are some things to think about to help you determine if it's time to move on. If your dating pattern has changed and your man is spending less time with you and more time with friends or at work, he may not want to be with you anymore.
A once-happy guy who is mostly morose when you are together may be trying to tell you something. When a man wants to be with you, he makes eye contact and expresses his affection.
If suddenly your guy is evasive, physically distant and doesn't initiate the "I love you's," his feelings may be elsewhere. All couples fight occasionally, but if you are getting ultimatums such as, "Well, if that's the way you feel, we're through," chances are he is looking for a way out without taking the blame.
I am waiting for the proverbial poop to hit the fan. They can simply spy through the blinds across the street or stalk her house at all hours of the night pretending they were “just stopping by to say hi”.
I sit back down, slide my laptop over, hit refresh. In a world of social media and worldwide gossip, neighbours no longer need to walk three miles to gossip about the love life of the local widow.
"Men find it refreshing when a female asks them out," Says Rhonda Findling, psychotherapist and author of The Dating Cure.