Talking dating difference
"Seeing" is "dating," some people may attribute levels to it, but so subjectively that the terms are basically synonymous.
I don't know about "talking." I could rationalize it several ways, but that's of no use.
to mean "We've been in an exclusive relationship since..." but people often say "dating" to mean a form of casual dating that is non-exclusive and where people often date more than one person at once.
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When in doubt, ask someone if you care about understanding exactly what they mean."Seeing each other" also I think is ambiguous in the same way.
I think it has a similar connotation to "dating" and can be used interchangeably."Talking" is different.
I think "talking" usually means just what its name suggests, that people are talking to each other, usually via text or other electronic communication, but there's usually this connotation of "talking with the potential" to connect in a dating / romantic / sexual way.
For example, a conversation might go like this: "Are you dating anyone?
" "No, but I'm talking to a few people."There's a lot of ambiguity though in "talking": either person might have sexual intentions, romantic intentions, or neither, and the people may not feel the same way about each other.