Situationship Travel, Yay Or Nay?
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Situationship Travel, Yay Or Nay?

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Maggie J.
Maggie J. May 13, 2022

Situationship travel, yay or nay? So, you’re in a situationship and might be thinking about traveling with the non-bae. Is it a green light or a red one? Situationships are both a situation and a relationship. It’s considered a sexual relationship that isn’t established formally. It could be on its way to more, or it could just be a hook up. Should you travel with them though?

If you’re in a situationship and aren’t sure if you want anything more than what it is, talk with the other person. Get a feel for what they want to do. They may want to go as friends. Or, they may not want to be put in the position of traveling with their situationship. Chat it out before making any plans. You never know, a great travel partner may come out of it.

Situationship Travel Yay Or Nay?

If you think situationship travel will lead to bad feelings because you don’t want anything more, skip the yay and go with the nay. Just leave them at home. There’s no need to string them along, across the country, if the romantic sparks aren’t flying. Besides, solo travel is super sexy. Try it on and see if it fits. Traveling alone can teach one many things about themselves that can improve their overall sense of well-being.

Thinking about making this more than a situationship? A sweet vacation with romantic innuendos might be the perfect spice to add to the mix. If this is the case, situationship travel is a yay! Make sure you’re almost positive that they are feeling the same way too. Then, create a fun, and slightly romantic vacation. Plan activities the other person likes. Then, add in a romantic dinner. Too much, or too little, romance can be a travel nightmare. Pairing fun and romance is a winning combo.

Think about it before making travel plans with a situationship, it could be a yay, but it could be a big nay. Consider your options, including traveling solo, before making a leap to travel with the non-bae.

Sam Desalu

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