Questions before dating someone

“If I don’t think they’ll get along, I don’t want to waste my time developing feelings just to have to cut things off later.

I wouldn’t want to date someone who doesn’t want to come hang out with me and my parents for a casual night in; that’s such an important aspect of a relationship for me!

Honestly, what’s the point of dating if you don’t see some sort of future with them?

You might not need to see wedding bells, but if you can’t picture yourself with this person for at least the next few months, save yourself the trouble and cut ties now.

” We all know college can be an extremely busy time for everyone, and you have to decide whether you can squeeze in yet another thing into your already hectic schedule.

Building a new relationship takes time, so you should really consider how much spare time you have to devote to something new.

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of falling for someone new; everything is exciting and you discover so much about yourself and the other person throughout the entire process. However, before you start picturing your life long-term with them, you might want to take a few steps back and evaluate the situation to determine if you really want to start developing feelings.

The next time you start dating someone new, ask yourself these seven questions to see if you really should be taking that plunge into a potential relationship.

A sense of humor is often something that is listed high on people’s requirements for a SO, so finding someone who can make you laugh is so important.

“Nice gifts or fun dates are always enjoyable but the way to my heart is a good laugh,” Hannah, a senior at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, says.

If you barely have time for yourself, you might want to pump the brakes a little and avoid starting anything new.

“I always have the busiest schedule, but if I’m interested in someone enough, I’ll make time to grow that connection,” Carmen, a senior at San Diego State University, says. If I don’t see potential for something serious, I’ll just hang out with them when I can instead of actively making time for them.” Again, knowing what you’re looking for ahead of time is absolutely essential.

Even if you aren’t looking for something too serious right now, it’s important to consider whether this person will get along with those who are the most important to you: your friends and family.