Question by  euterpe (30)

What is the meaning of a "serious relationship"?


Answer by  DogLover82 (412)

Generally speaking, a "serious relationship" is one in which both parties agree not to date others. It often precedes an engagement or marriage. Sometimes the parties in a "serious relationship" live together. The term generally denotes exclusivity and the idea of permanence. Problems occur when one party thinks the relationship is serious and the other party doesn't.


Answer by  alz (2329)

A serious relationships is when the two people are committed to one another and considered each other to be one of the biggest parts of their lives. This can involve moving in together or even simply just saying I love you, depending on your age.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

A serious relationship in which one has moved from casual and disposable to being considered for a long term relationship, if not marriage. It means one is considering commitment or has committed to someone.

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