It can take a while to get to this point and both partners need to be prepared for the event.
Today, dating is more complicated than it has been in the past.
Previous generations had to get to know someone by spending time with them and talking face-to-face, in person.
Their response is that you were not exclusive, and they immediately get the impression that you are the crazy jealous type.
Save yourself the embarrassment and strife and do not add them on Facebook quite yet. When you add Facebook to the equation, it becomes even more confusing and stressful.
Do yourself and the potential relationship a favor and avoid Facebook until you are confident about where the relationship stands.
Doing this ensures that the feelings and emotions that you are experiencing are built on real interactions and real feelings.
The last thing you need is for your new love interest to browse pictures of your family’s Thanksgiving dinner and comment on how tasty your mom’s pecan pie looks.
By adding someone on Facebook, you are essentially opening the door to your personal life and everyone in it.
The impressions and emotions that you experience may be entirely different from the way you feel in person. Define these things by real interactions and real impressions.