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Osorhor Ogenevwegba Michael
Delta state polytechnic otefe oghara ( DESPO )
Graduate, Nigeria.
Do you know the difference between dating and being in a relationship? How do you spot the difference?

Differentiating both of these situations is hard and that’s why most people end up confusing both to be the same.

However, there is a lot which makes the two situations different from each other.

1. Dating can be playful and experimental; a relationship is a serious and sincere decision

While in dating, most people take this opportunity to learn and get enlightened on how things should be done. However, for a relationship, here people should already have knowledge of how things are done.

2. Dating means no serious attachment; a relationship is a true commitment

What ties partners together matters a lot. In dating, there is usually no serious ties, unlike in relationship, there is a serious tie between a couple.

3. Dating is ideal for younger lovers; a relationship is meant for fated soulmates

When it comes to dating, this is mostly favourable for young people as they don’t have serious future plans. However, for a relationship, this is ideal for older people, people who are ready to be serious about starting a family.

Source hivisasa.com/posts/amp/1240-3-differences-between-dating-and-being-in-a-relationship
3 Differences Between Dating And Being In A Relationship - Relationships/Romance

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