Even if other people don't think the things you do together are fun, the two of you do, and that's all that matters.
Though you two definitely know how to have fun together, you also don't always need to be doing something to enjoy each other's company.
You tell them things that you wouldn't feel comfortable telling almost anybody else—even things that you're ashamed or scared of.
You know they'll never tell anyone, and you're confident that they won't judge you no matter what you say.
If you've been thinking too much about your relationship or your S. to actually figure out how you feel about whether they're "The One," it's time to stop thinking and start feeling.
Take a second to read through this list of signs the person your dating is the person you're meant to be with—if it makes you smile and want to share it with your S. Here are 16 signs that the person you're dating is the the person you're meant to be with.
You don't have to force a smile or a laugh—you're the same person with them as you are when you're alone.
You can be your weird self, do whatever you want to do, say whatever you want to say and not feel self-conscious at all.
You'd rather find something interesting and playful to do than to just go out on the same dinner-and-a-movie date a thousand times.You both have your "together" stuff, and you each have your "separate" stuff, which helps you strike a balance between being your own person and being a part of a strong, healthy relationship.Sometimes, people in relationships can become totally dependent on one another. You don't feel any pressure to go out on dates when you're together—you can sit around doing your own things, from homework to reading to whatever else, and that doesn't bother either of you. You just like being together, even if you're not doing anything at all.Maybe in the beginning of your relationship, you used to put on makeup and do your hair before hanging out with them.