It usually indicates a heightened level of interest, and even offers subtle speculation that it may turn into a serious, committed relationship.
It’s not always easy to tell the initial meaning of ‘seeing someone’, but at the very least, you know that if someone refers to your relationship that way you are definitely on their radar map.
Beyond the label, I'm not sure how to define what it is.
I do feel like we are at a point where we aren't dating (by my definition).
to me there is possible holding hands or kissing, but nothing further, or it would lead to asking the next step: "Being in a relationship": this means Exclusive.
you want to be with this person, and only this person.
that means communicating to him, asking him where he is, or him asking where u are, if u both want to date "exclusively", ie be in a relationship.
Seeing someone suggests that there is a relationship either beginning or in progress that is exclusive.
You can date several people, but when you declare that you are seeing someone, it's a declaration of a commitment. Seeing someone suggests that there is a relationship either beginning or in progress that is exclusive.
" Friend: "To a guy, that means: When I have a buzz on, I'd like to see you with your clothes off." I've never been able to hear someone use that expression since without laughing.