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Learn How to Date Casually without Getting Attached

Answered by dating expert Alex Reddle

It is only normal to get attached to a person when you get intimate in the relationship. Before you get into a casual relationship, decide whether it’s the right choice for you. The best way to maintain a casual date is to be clear of your intentions with yourself as well as your partner. Talk to your partner about it and ask them if that’s okay with them too. It is only going to work out with mutual consent. If at any point, you feel that you are getting attached, better to move away before things go out of hand.

Answered by dating expert Sandra Baker

While most partners look forward to committed relationships, others are in for casual ones, and that is normal. To keep your relationship casual, you will need to plan. Keep your intentions and expectations clear. Let your partner know the nature of your relationship: casual. Communication helps avoid frustrations or hurt feelings. You can also date other people. It helps keep your relationships loose, but this is not necessary if you choose to date one person exclusively. However, if you feel that you are starting to get attached to your partner, you need to walk away. The healthiest thing to do is ending the relationship.