Even when he's dating someone, it's still like he's dating you too. He says things like, "Why can't my girlfriend be more like you? Probably because you're not dating me, you're dating her, but you're also mentally dating me because you know it's not working with her.
And then when that shining, glorious day comes, maybe, just maybe you guys can bang.
He either A) already has a girlfriend, and you are his something special on the side, or B) plans to eventually hook up with other people.
By not labeling you as his better half, he’s leaving your relationship open ended for the benefit of his own sex life.
So then you're left having to explain everything he's ever said or done around you to your friends in detail so you can be like, "See???
He flirts with you but never actually makes any serious moves.
Again, these hints should only be taken into consideration if you’ve had previous worries, or if he was a notorious playboy before you started dating. If you don’t trust him, we suggest you have a talk evaluating why.
"He might have someone he's technically with, but I'm the one he has ~*d Ee P*~ conversations with.
If you haven’t met them and it seems odd, his crowd may include one girl he is more than friendly with.
He doesn’t leave his phone unattended by you…We don’t condone snooping under any circumstances.
He can’t give you a straight answer about what he did last night…Unless your boyfriend was completely black out drunk (which isn’t a comforting thought either), he should be able to give you a non-sketchy sounding answer when you ask about last night’s events.
While you should not play the role of mom, a general interest in your partner’s life is normal and expected.
Even if he is a total slob, has a gross roommate, lives with his parents or lives in a box, at some point he should want to show you. If you’ve never met his friends…Meeting the family is a big deal, and multiple factors can go into why you have or have not met them.